CM Yogi met about 700 people and assured them that there would be no injustice to anyone during his tenure.
New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has bluntly instructed the officials that those who infringe on someone's land, and those who destroy the weak should not be spared under any circumstances, and the strictest legal action should be taken against them. He said that the government is determined not to let injustice happen to anyone and bring prosperity to everyone's life. CM Yogi was listening to the problems of the people in the Janata Darshan organized at Gorakhnath temple on Wednesday morning, during which he said these things.
CM Yogi met 700 people
He himself reached the people seated on chairs in front of Mahant Digvijaynath Smriti Auditorium of the temple complex and listened to everyone's problems one by one. After meeting about 700 people, he assured them there would be no injustice to anyone during his tenure. Referring everyone's prayer letters to the concerned authorities, giving instructions for a quick and satisfactory solution, assured the people that the government is determined to solve the problem of every victim.
The woman told the pain of being destroyed
The number of women was more among the people who reached the problem. In Janata Darshan, a woman told about the pain of her house being destroyed. The CM told him that he need not worry, no one would devastate the weak or the poor in his presence. The Chief Minister directed the officers of the administration and police present nearby to take immediate action on the problem of women. It should also be ensured that no domineering, mafia, or criminal should be able to occupy anyone's land.
The government will provide full help for the treatment.
Many people had reached before the Chief Minister in Janta Darshan with requests for financial assistance for treatment. CM Yogi assured him that the government will provide full help for the treatment. Handing over their applications to the officials, the Chief Minister directed that the process of estimate related to treatment should be completed as soon as possible and made available to the government.
Listening to the problems of the disabled people in the Janata Darshan, he directed the officers that the government is continuously working to bring disabled people into the mainstream of society. The problem of every disabled person should be resolved soon.