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Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Govt determined for the well-being of people: Yogi


Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday directed the administration and police officials to listen to public issues with utmost seriousness, sensitivity and attention as well as ensure prompt and effective solutions to them.

During the Janata Darshan held at Mahant Digvijaynath Smriti Bhawan of Gorakhnath temple complex here, the CM said that the government was committed to the well-being of the people and won’t allow injustice to happen to anyone.

He heard the grievances of about 200 people following three days of festivities. After listening to the issues patiently, he gave necessary directions to the officials present to resolve their problems on priority.

Yogi referred everyone’s prayer letters to the authorities concerned and issued directives for speedy and satisfactory disposal and assured everyone that no injustice would be done to anyone during his tenure.

He assured those seeking financial help for treatment that the government will provide complete help for their treatment. Handing over their applications to the officials, he directed that the estimate related to treatment should be completed as soon as possible and made available to the government so that the required funds could be allocated as per the estimates received.

While giving instructions regarding disposal of revenue and police-related matters with complete transparency and impartiality, the CM said that no injustice should be done to anyone. Every victim should be treated with sensitivity.

Some women had come with their children for public darshan. The CM encouraged the children to study hard and blessed them while giving them chocolates.

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