31 C
Agartala
Saturday, November 26, 2022

Yogi addresses grievances of 400 people

Date:

At a Janata Darshan here, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday assured visitors that all the issues raised by them will be resolved in a time-bound manner and arrangements will be made for any assistance required in serious illnesses.

After hearing the grievances of nearly 400 people, Yogi said” “Public welfare is government’s priority. All issues raised will be resolved effectively. Those suffering from serious illnesses will be provided with all possible help. The government will provide funds to the needy upon receiving estimates immediately.”

The Chief Minister during his interaction reached the people sitting on the chairs. After hearing about their problems, he referred their applications to the authorities with necessary instructions and assured everyone of prompt and effective action in every case.

He inquired a woman about her availing benefits under the Ayushman Bharat Yojana as well as directed the authorities concerned to get Ayushman cards made for every eligible person including the woman.

He assured the woman of all possible financial assistance for medical treatment. “No medical treatment will stop due to lack of money. The government will provide funds to the needy upon receiving estimates immediately,” he said.

In matters related to police and revenue, Yogi directed the officers that every issue should be resolved expeditiously.

Share post:

Subscribe

Adspot_imgspot_img

Popular

More like this
Related

NESO demands Special Constitutional safeguard for Tripura

By TC News Desk Agartala: November 26. North East Students'...

AMRI Hospital distributes health card to media personnel

By TC News Desk Agartala, 26 November 2022 : The...

ICA minister takes stock of developmental programme in Jirania sub-division

BY TC News Desk Agartala, November 25, 2022: The ICA...

Agartala Press Club thanks CM, EM for supporting cancer-stricken journalist Arun Deb

By TC News Desk Agartala, November 25, 2022: Responding to...