Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath held a 'Janta Darbar' at Gorakhpur's Gorakhnath Temple where several people addressed their grievances to him and sought justice
Gorakhpur: Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday (November 25) held a "Janta Darbar" at the Gorakhnath Temple to address the grievances of the people.
Many people submitted their applications to CM Adityanath and urged him to take necessary steps to resolve their issues. The applicants also spoke to media houses and said that the chief minister has assured them justice.
"I am an army man's wife. I have been cheated of Rs 28 lakhs. We gave two to three applications previously, but no investigation is happening. A policeman is involved and has threatened to kill us if we do not withdraw our application. I gave a fresh application to the chief minister, and he has assured me of sending the report soon and resolving the problem," Hema Patel, an applicant said.
Another applicant Vikas Kumar Giri, narrated his grievance, saying, "My mother has been going to Lucknow PGI hospital for the last seven to eight months. There, she used to get an assurance that doctors would perform surgery on her. But she used to return disheartened every time. We have apprised this to the chief minister who has directed the health authorities in Lucknow to resolve our problem."
Before becoming the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath used to hold such public meetings in 2017.
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Last Updated Nov 25, 2019, 11:26 AM IST