No one should suffer, officers must pay attention to the public’s complaints: Chief Minister
Officers should show compassion & provide thorough, effective solutions to complainants’ issues
CM Yogi addresses grievances of 300 people during Janta Darshan
Gorakhpur: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, on Saturday, directed the officers to handle the problems of the complainants seriously, sensitively, and expeditiously so that nobody has to suffer.
He said: “The needy should receive the benefits of the government’s welfare schemes. Those who need financial assistance from the government for their treatment, the process of their estimation should be completed fast.”
In addition, the CM stated that stern legal action should be taken against anyone who occupies land illegally, or engages in bullying. It should be ensured that every complainant’s issue should be treated impartially and to his satisfaction.
While listening to the problems of the complainants during the ‘Janata Darshan’ programme held in front of the Mahant Digvijaynath Smriti Auditorium at the Gorakhnath Temple in Gorakhpur, CM Yogi issued these instructions. About 300 people informed the CM about their problems, and he directed the officials to address them quickly.
Along with blessing the children who had come with some of the complainants, CM also gave them chocolates as encouragement to study hard.