Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath says govt did great job in roads, housing, electricity
Gorakhpur/UNI: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday said that the government has done a great job in terms of providing the common people with basic amenities like roads, housing, and electricity.
Despite this, any issue with these facilities will be handled as quickly as possible.
Before performing Kanya Pujan on the occasion of Ram Navami, CM Yogi listened to about 300 people at the Janata Darshan programme held in front of the Mahant Digvijaynath Smriti Auditorium in Gorakhnath Temple.
He said, "Those having housing issues would receive housing. Any village or locality that has connectivity issues would get roads repaired and constructed there as per the need be.
"Electricity bills that have not yet been paid would no longer be a burden because after being revised, the option of payments in installments would be available."
The CM assured everyone present at the Janata Darshan that the solution to every person's problem is the priority of his government. In response to a request from a woman for housing, he assured her of the same soon and advised her not to be disappointed or upset over the issue.
He directed the officers to ensure that no poor person is homeless.
"If someone neither has land nor the money to build a house, it should be arranged under a government scheme," he said.
Yogi also assured of getting roads built when another woman raised the issue of lack of roads in her area and instructed the officials in this regard.
Another woman told the CM about her unpaid electricity bill seeking his help in allowing her to pay the bill in installments to which he said that she would not only be given the option to pay the outstanding bill in installments, but would also have her electricity bill revised to minimise the amount of arrears. He also gave the officers instructions to act quickly in this regard.
Yogi gave instructions for prompt, effective, and satisfactory action on police and revenue-related issues.