Yogi addresses grievances of 200 people at Janata Darshan

Gorakhpur, Jan 13 (UNI) Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday listened to the concerns of approximately 200 people assuring them of addressing each of their issues comprehensively during Janata Darshan held in the auditorium of Mahant Digvijaynath Smriti Bhawan at Gorakhnath Temple complex.

When a woman raised concerns about her housing situation seeking assistance, the CM inquired, “Do you receive a pension?”

Upon the woman’s negative response, he promptly assured her and said, “We will arrange for your pension, provide a house, and issue a ration card.”

He also directed the officials to take swift action, resolving every issue the woman faced. Those grappling with housing problems were promised support through government schemes, ensuring a resolution to their accommodation challenges.

Yogi said, “Adequate financial assistance will be provided for the treatment of serious diseases. Illegal occupation of anyone’s land will not be allowed. Strict legal action will be ensured against the land mafia.”

He directed the officials to take immediate action to address the problems. He emphasized that the solutions provided should be of high quality and satisfactory, urging them not to delay the resolution under any circumstances.

A significant number of people sought financial assistance for the treatment of serious diseases during the Saturday session. The CM assured them that through the discretionary fund, substantial help for their medical needs will be provided.

In line with this commitment, he directed the officials to expedite the estimation process for treatment-related expenses and promptly submit it to the government for further action.

Expressing his affection for the children attending Janata Darshan with their families, Yogi offered his blessings and love. He also gave them chocolates and motivated them to focus on their studies.

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