Strict instructions to Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath’s officers to hold a public hearing from 10.00 to kl. 11.00

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Uttar Pradesh News: Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath is in constant mode of action. He took strict notice of the negligence of all the officers, including the district judge, the chief police officer against public complaints. CM Adityanath has instructed that the problems of the people should be solved. Get the official CUG number yourself. So that the victims can soon receive justice.

Answer senior officers at CUG.

Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath has emphasized the quality and prompt handling of public complaints. He instructed that in each district, district judges, police superintendents, police chiefs in the police commissioner should solve the problems by holding public hearings in their offices every working day from kl. 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Officers are absent from public hearings. Strict measures will be taken against the affected district level officers if the public complaints received on IGRS and the CM helpline are not dealt with immediately. Senior officers answer the CUG number themselves.

The Secretary-General issued the letter.

Secretary-General Dargashankar Mishra has issued a letter in this regard. It was said that if the question of a plaintiff has been pending for a long time, the problems should be solved by instructing tax and police officers on the phone. Especially in land disputes, the chief of police, the district judge, the chief of police, the chief of police, if necessary, take action by forming a joint team of tax and police officers.

Strict measures against corruption

It has also been directed that if there are any complaints about corruption etc. during the public hearing. If a complainant complains more than once. So, to understand the root of the problem, measures should be taken against the guilty workers. Public issues received from public representatives during public hearings should be resolved on a priority basis.

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