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Gorakhpur: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday directed the officials to take the necessary action in order to promptly and satisfactorily resolve the issues

raised by people while assuring the people that justice would prevail during his tenure.

The CM held Janata Darshan session for the second consecutive day at the Mahant Digvijaynath Smriti Bhawan Auditorium within the Gorakhnath temple complex and listened to the concerns of around 200 individuals.

Addressing complaints about land grabbing by unscrupulous elements, he emphasised his commitment to safeguarding the weak and the impoverished.

He directed the administration and the police officials to identify and take stringent legal measures against those unlawfully encroaching on land and exploiting the less privileged.

Yogi extended assurance of comprehensive support for medical treatments, emphasising a streamlined process for treatment-related estimates to be submitted promptly.

He urged authorities to handle matters related to revenue and police with utmost transparency and impartiality.

He also blessed the children that accompanied their parents at the Janata Darshan and gave them chocolates.

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