Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday assured that the state government is determined to solve every problem of the people.
Listening to the grievances of more than 500 people at the Janata Darshan , the CM said, “The state government stands with the needy who face obstacles in accessing medical treatment due to financial constraints. Individuals should feel free to share issues with the government, as there is no dearth of funds for the treatment of the sick.”
He directed all the district magistrates and other officers of the state to prioritise resolving the problems of the general public. He said that the officials who hesitate to solve the problems of the public will not be spared under any circumstances.
Yogi said, “The officials must reach their offices on time to solve the issues of the people on a priority basis. Every possible help should be extended in a time-bound manner.”
Most of the cases at the Janata Darshan were related to illegal occupation of properties, property disputes, family feuds, and seeking financial assistance for treatment.
Directing the officials to dispose of matters related to revenue and police with complete transparency and fairness, he said, “Injustice should not be done to anyone. Every victim should be treated with empathy.”
Advising officers to pay special attention to the timing of their interactions with the public, the CM directed the senior officials to be particularly attentive to scheduling public engagements across all departments. “Officers should be present at their offices during these interactions. In the event that an officer is not present in their office, they should delegate this responsibility to a subordinate, ensuring that the issues of the public are addressed with priority,” he said.
The police officers were directed not to delay cases falling under police administration but rather to resolve them within specified time frames. “These cases should be managed at the police station level to strengthen public confidence in the police force,” he said.