Yogi Adityanath: I am not, don’t panic…
Janta Durbar done before aerial survey
Before leaving Gorakhnath Temple to conduct an aerial survey of the flood-affected areas on Friday morning, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath met with about two hundred and fifty people who had come for the public darshan. This time, the venue for the public darshan has been changed to the temple premises itself. CM Yogi reached one by one the patients sitting on chairs outside Digvijaynath Smriti Bhavan. Taking the request, listened to their problems and handed the request with the necessary instructions to the officers concerned, giving assurance of elimination.
direct instructions to officers
Police-related matters were assigned to the SSP for settlement, while revenue and other matters were assigned to the District Magistrate. After listening to the concerns of the complainants from other districts, the CM handed over their candidacies to the ADG and Disposal Commissioner. On crime related complaints on behalf of some of the complainants, while giving direct instructions to the officers, said strict action should be ensured against the criminals, the mafia. Any type of abuse in this area will not be tolerated.
CM Yogi inquired about the updated status of his illness and treatment from people who came to ask for financial assistance for the treatment of serious illnesses. In all sensitivity and affinity, he asked to make an estimate and send it to the administration. He assured that the government would provide enough money for the treatment. Meanwhile, he ordered officers to quickly complete the procedural process so that no one’s treatment would be interrupted for lack of money. Tell your problem to the Chief Minister, a large number of women from minority communities had also reached. One of the women told of the problem of the tile house collapsing in the rain. In this regard, the Chief Minister directed the officers that arrangements be made to provide accommodation in accordance with eligibility. After telling the complaint to CM Yogi, everyone seemed satisfied with the assurance received from him.
I loved the children, handed out chocolates
The little children who came with their mothers in the Janata Darshan received blessings from Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and a gift of chocolates from him. He also played with a child for a while and congratulated him by handing him chocolates.
Goseva after darshan worship
CM Yogi worshiped Guru Gorakhnath before coming to public darshan. After that, he took samadhi blessings from his Gurudev Brahmalin Mahant Avedyanath. Traveling, he reached the barn where he served the cows by stroking them. When some cows were called by name, she came up to them in anger. The CM, while stroking his forehead, feeds him jaggery etc. and asked him to leave. As soon as the CM said this, the cow and cows went to their designated place in the barn.