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Gorakhpur: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday gave assurance to the public that the marriage of daughters of economically underprivileged families will not be delayed nor treatment of a patient would be hampered for dearth of funds.

During the Janata Darshan programme organised at the Gorakhnath temple, the CM said, “Don’t worry or panic; the government is prepared to assist any victims or those in need.”

Yogi listened to the problems of around 300 people and assured all of them that his government’s top priority is to solve people’s issues. He also directed officers to treat the problems of people with utmost seriousness and sensitivity and to resolve them right away.

He said that the benefit of the welfare schemes of the government should be extended to the needy. “Strict legal action should be taken against anyone who occupies property illegally or engages in bullying,” he said.

The CM also took serious note of the difficulties faced by a woman from Kushinagar in arranging her daughter’s marriage due to financial constraints and ordered the officials to provide the benefit of Mukhyamantri Samuhik Vivah Yojana to her. “The woman should be given full financial support for her daughter’s wedding,” he said.

Similarly, when a woman asked the CM for financial support so that her husband, who had heart disease, could receive treatment, he asked about the current status of treatment and advised her to get him admitted to a hospital, assuring her that all the necessary funds would be made available to her.

He directed the officers to complete the process of estimation for treatment and make it available to the government. “The funds will be released to the concerned hospital as soon as the process is completed,” he said.

During his visit to the Gorakhnath temple, Yogi spent some time in the early morning with the cows in the Goseva Kendra (Goshala) of the temple. He fed them jaggery and gathered information about their health and nutrition while giving necessary instructions to the Gaushala workers.

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