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Be sensitive towards people, redress their grievances promptly: Yogi


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Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday heard the grievances of 220 people at the Janata Darshan and directed officers to address their grievances with utmost sensitivity, ensuring prompt resolution of their complaints.

The CM listened to the problems of people from different districts of the state and referred their prayer letters to the concerned authorities for quick and satisfactory disposal of grievances and assured people that the government is determined to resolve the problems of every victim.

He directed the officials to take strict action against those occupying lands and properties illegally and not to spare anyone who oppresses under any circumstances. “It should be ensured that no goons, mafia, or criminals can occupy the land illegally. In criminal cases, the accused should be arrested by registering an FIR,” he said.

Yogi assured to provide full help in the treatment to all those seeking financial help from the government. Handing over their applications to the officials, he directed that the process of cost estimation related to treatment should be made available to the government as soon as possible.

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