CM Yogi Adityanath likely to hold two Janata Darbars weekly: Report

By: | Updated: March 31, 2017 7:43 PM

CM Adityanath may soon start Janata Darbar meetings twice a week.

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Yogi Adityanath may soon launch weekly ‘Janata Darbar’ (public meeting) to directly listen and address grievances of people whose complaints wish to take their complaints directly to the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister. The Chief Minister on Wednesday held his unofficial Janata Darbar and heard to various queries. In a footage aired on various new channels, the CM was seen talking to at least three different complainants, the issues were related to domestic violence, excessive hike in prices of school textbooks, and complaints from children about their problems. Now, the CM may formalise these public meetings with the name of Janata Darbar, India Today TV reported. As per the report, the meetings will be held twice a week.

The concept of Junta Darbars is nothing new for the Uttar Pradesh CM. As the Mahant of Gorakhpur Mutt, Adityanath used to hold Janata Darbar at Gorakhnath temple which was open to all the residents of his Lok Sabha constituency, irrespective of caste, creed, and religion. Reports say that Adityanath always ensured people’s problem are heard and solved. As the CM is moved to Lucknow, his representative, Dwarika Tiwari carries out the task in his absence. Whether he is present or not, the letters are issued. These letters are nothing less than a magic wand for the people.The applications are heard every day between 9 to 11 AM, the letter of order issued by Adityanath, is known as the ‘Maharaj ki Chitthi’ that ensures their problems are a thing of the past.

Further inputs awaited

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