During Janta Darshan, lady from Bihar seeks CM Yogi’s help

Gorakhpur: Not just Uttar Pradesh, people of other states of the country also have faith in Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. This fact was stamped by the Janata Darshan of CM Yogi held in Gorakhpur. For the second time in a row, in the Janata Darshan, the people of Bihar appealed for a solution to the problem related to their state.

The Chief Minister also listened to their problem with ease. After celebrating Diwali with Vantangiyas and Musahars, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath listened to the complaints of about 200 people during the public darshan organized at Gorakhnath temple on Tuesday morning. The Chief Minister himself reached the complainants who were sitting on chairs outside Mahant Digvijaynath Memorial Auditorium and listened to their problems one by one.

During this, a woman from Bihar told her her problem. The Chief Minister was at first surprised to know the matter of another state, but seeing the woman upset, listened to her words very carefully. Explained that had it been the case of Uttar Pradesh, the problem would have been resolved immediately. He suggested to apply for Samadhan Diwas in Bihar.

It is noteworthy that in the earlier Janta Darshan, a woman complainant from Bihar had requested Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to provide employment. Saying that work is not available in Bihar. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had directed the local authorities to take necessary action on the woman’s application.

In the Janata Darshan program on Tuesday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath listened to the problems of about 200 complainants and gave necessary directions to the administration and police officers for their disposal. The number of women from minority communities was high in the complaints. CM Yogi gifted chocolates with his own hands  and blessed their children.

After creating a world record of Deepotsav in Ayodhya on Sunday and sharing the happiness of Diwali among the people of Vantangiyas and Musahar community, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was also seen engrossed in Gauseva on Tuesday. In the Gaushala of Gorakhnath temple, he fed jaggery to the cows with his own hands. Calling all the cows by their name, he spent quality time with them. During this, he fed a blind calf named Surdas for a long time and fed jaggery.

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