Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal heard more than 120 complaints of people during ‘Janata Darbar’
Says, Mann government committed to resolve problems of people
Chandigarh : The Punjab Government led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann is committed to resolve the problems of the people of the state. This was expressed by the Punjab Rural Development Panchayat, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare and NRI Affairs Minister today at Vikas Bhawan, S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali), during the weekly ‘Janta Darbar’ held to listen to the complaints of the people.
Mr. Dhaliwal directed the officials of headquarters and districts concerned to resolve the complaints of the people quickly and said that it is being ensured that the complaints and problems are resolved without any delay.
Mr. Dhaliwal said that more than 120 cases have been heard today and instructions have been given to the concerned officials over the phone. He also encouraged the employees and officials related to their departments to work diligently and honestly in public interest.
Mr. Dhaliwal further said that the state government has been involving the residents as active partners in the all around development of Punjab apart from solving their issues.
He said that soon a campaign will also be started again to remove illegal encroachments from Panchayat lands based on the complaints of the people. He said that during the first campaign, more than 10 thousand acres of panchayat land has been freed from illegal occupation.
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