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CM Yogi tells officers to ensure time-bound, fair and satisfactory redressal of people’s complaints

The Chief Minister also listened patiently to the diverse complaints of the visitors one by one while collecting their prayer letters from them at the same time and referring them to the relevant officers for its prompt and satisfactory disposal.

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Gorakhpur, March 13: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday listened to the complaints of about 400 people during the Janata Darshan held outside Digvijaynath Smriti Bhawan at Gorakhnath temple and directed the administration and police officers present to ensure time-bound, fair and satisfactory redressal of their complaints.

The Chief Minister also listened patiently to the diverse complaints of the visitors one by one while collecting their prayer letters from them at the same time and referring them to the relevant officers for its prompt and satisfactory disposal.

Assuring the visitors of all help from the government, the CM said: “Don’t worry at all, I am with you. Everyone’s problem will be looked into and resolved.”

CM Yogi also directed officials present to ensure provision of the benefits of government’s welfare schemes to all the eligible persons. On complaints related to crime, the Chief Minister directed the police officers to take strict action against the criminals.

To those seeking financial help for treatment of serious diseases, the Chief Minister said that lack of funds will not hinder their treatment and directed the administration to expedite estimation of the cost of their treatment and make it available to the government so that funds could be released for the same immediately.

The Chief Minister also showered his love and blessings on children that had come with their families, enquired about their studies and gave hem chocolates.

Prior to meeting people at Janata Darshan, CM Yogi offered prayers to Guru Gorakhnath and also bowed down at the tomb of his Guru Brahmalin Mahant Avedyanath to show his reverence.

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