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Yogi warns officials against negligence in resolving people’s issues

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Gorakhpur: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday warned officials against any laxity or negligence in resolving people’s issues, emphasising that addressing problems of people and ensuring its prompt, transparent and satisfactory disposal is the priority of his government.

The CM issued the directives instructions to the officials while hearing problems of around 500 people at the Janata Darshan held outside Mahant Digvijaynath Smriti Bhawan in Gorakhnath temple complex.

Referring people’s applications to the authorities concerned, he issued directives for prompt disposal of all their issues. He assured people that no injustice would be done to anyone during his tenure, underscoring the government’s determination to solve the problems of every victim.

Yogi directed the officials to take strict legal action against those bullying the poor and encroaching on people’s lands illegally.

To those seeking financial aid for treatment, he pledged complete government’s support. He forwarded their applications to the concerned officials and directed them to expedite the cost estimation process and submit it to the government at the earliest.

The CM also directed officials to resolve matters related to revenue and police with complete transparency and impartiality, emphasising that no injustice to anyone should be tolerated. “Every individual affected should be assisted with compassion and sensitivity,” he said.

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