Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath organized Janata Darbar on the second day of his visit to Gorakhpur. The Chief Minister had organized the Janata Darbar after about a month. In the Janata Darbar, around 100 people had reached the Janata Darbar with their complaints. The Janata Darbar was set up in front of the Digvijay Nath auditorium located in the Gorakhnath temple complex. The Chief Minister reached out to the complainants one by one and listened to their problems and ordered his subordinate officers to settle their cases as soon as possible. Whenever Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath comes on Gorakhpur tour, he definitely organizes Janata Darbar in the morning. The Chief Minister told the people in the Janata Darbar that you people should not worry or panic, action will be taken on every complaint. We will solve all your problems.
CM Yogi listened to the problems of the people
In the public court of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, most of the cases are related to land grabbing, dowry, harassment and not taking action by the police. Today some people had reached the Janata Darbar seeking financial help. After this, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath assured those people that their lack of money would not be an obstacle in the treatment and directed the officials to complete the process of the hospital’s estimate soon and send it to the government. A woman had reached the Janata Darbar of the Chief Minister to request for exemption in the high electricity bill. The Chief Minister assured him that as much exemption as possible would be given.
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CM Yogi gave financial help to the fire victims
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath met the fire victims today. A few days ago, due to short circuit, there was a fire in the chair market in the town hall of Gorakhpur. Due to which there was a loss of lakhs. On the other hand, there was an incident of fire in paint and electric shops at number 10 boring in Gorakhnath area. The Chief Minister met the victims today and provided them financial assistance from the Chief Minister’s Discretionary Fund. CM Yogi Adityanath has given two lakh rupees each to Shobha Devi, Aditya Vikram Singh, Girja Devi, Sonia Gupta, the victim of the fire incident in Kursi Market, Townhall, Gorakhpur. Has provided a check of Rs.5 lakh.
Report- Kumar Pradeep, Gorakhpur