Divyang said, Maharaj ji is unable to get married due to lack of job - CM Yogi gave this answer

Divyang said, Maharaj ji is unable to get married due to lack of job - CM Yogi gave this answer

Janta Darshan of CM Yogi Adityanath: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who reached Gorakhpur on a three-day tour, once again had public darshan at the Gorakhnath temple. Such an incident happened in the public darshan of this time, due to which the atmosphere there became laughable and funny for some time. It happened that as soon as the Chief Minister reached a visually impaired person sitting at number three in Janata Darshan, he demanded a job from the Chief Minister without delay. Bela, Maharajji, give me the job of a peon only. The marriage could not take place due to lack of job. Hearing the reason, everyone including the Chief Minister present there laughed.

Since the Chief Minister already knew him, he too got into a joking mood. Bele, you were asking for election tickets till yesterday, today you have landed on the job. First decide what to do? However, after that the Chief Minister accepted the application form related to his problem and also assured of disposal. Later, people associated with the temple management told that that person is Suraj, a resident of Bhathat, who keeps coming to the temple every day.

Hearing the problems of about 200 people, assured to solve them soon

In Sunday's Janata Darshan, about 200 people had come from Gorakhpur and the surrounding area with their problems. The Chief Minister went to everyone in turn and took their application form related to the problem. He immediately handed over many applications to the concerned officer present there and directed for early disposal of the problem. As always, this time also the matters of police and revenue came more. Regarding this, the Chief Minister asked the officials to ensure that the problems are resolved at the local level, so that people do not need to come to the public darshan. Earlier, the Chief Minister visited the court of Baba Gorakhnath and the tomb of his Guru Brahmalin Mahant Avedyanath and offered prayers to him. After Goseva, he also visited the temple premises. After interacting with the reporters regarding the Prime Minister's program to be held on December 7, the Chief Minister left for Varanasi.

Outsourcing employees again reached the Chief Minister for honorarium

Gorakhpur: For the demand of honorarium, 32 outsourcing employees of Deendayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University met Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for the second time in Janta Darshan on Sunday, whose honorarium for four months is due, but has also been relieved. There is a demand of the employees that their honorarium should be given at the earliest, as well as be called back to work. The employees told the Chief Minister that even after the mandate issued for payment of salaries during Deepawali, they were not paid, due to which everyone is very much hurt. According to the employees, they have got assurance from the Chief Minister that they will be paid honorarium.

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