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CM Yogi performs ‘Rudrabhishek’ for public welfare at Gorakhnath Temple

Chief Minister performed ‘Rudrabhishek’ and prayed for the wellbeing and prosperity of the people.

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New Delhi: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath listened to the grievances of over 300 people and assured them of resolving “every problem quickly and efficiently” during the Janata Darshan programme held in Gorakhpur on Monday. Earlier in the morning, the Chief Minister performed ‘Rudrabhishek’ and prayed for the wellbeing and prosperity of the people.

On the auspicious occasion of Makar Sankranti on Sunday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had offered ‘khichdi’ at the Gorakhnath Temple. On Monday morning, the Chief Minister performed Rudrabhishek with sugarcane juice and prayed to ‘Mahadev’ for public welfare. The ritual of Rudrabhishek was performed in the Shakti Mandir located on the first floor of the Goraksha Peeth Math.

Then, the Chief Minister met with over 300 complainants and listened to their issues at the Janata Darshan programme held at the Mahant Digvijay Nath Smriti Auditorium in the Gorakhnath Temple Complex.

He personally went to the complainants, who were sitting on chairs, and heard each person individually. He told them not to worry as “every problem would have a quality solution and that no one would be subject to injustice.”

On the requests of several visitors for financial assistance for the treatment of serious diseases, the CM said that it would be provided as soon as the estimates were ready. “No one’s treatment will be hampered due to a lack of money, CM Yogi asserted.

Concerning land grabbing complaints, the Chief Minister stated that strict legal action would be taken in such cases and that those involved in such acts would be given appropriate lesson

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