Minister for Small Scale Industries and Public Enterprises and also district in-charge Sharanabasappa Darshanapur has said that the government has committed itself to attending to the grievances of the public and solve the problems without any delay.
He was addressing a gathering after inaugurating the maiden Janata Darshan programme in Yadgir on Monday.
“Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has directed Ministers to conduct Janata Darshan programme once in a fortnight to attend to the grievances of the public and find solutions to them. The prime concern in holding Janata Darshan is to take the administration to the people instead of asking people to approach administration for getting solutions to their problems. Therefore, officers of all government departments should take all applications received in the programme seriously, verify them properly and solve the problems with specific solutions,” he said.
He also added that the State government has implemented four of its five guarantees as promised before the elections. “Officers should ensure these guarantees reach beneficiaries without fail,“ he said.
MLAs Raja Venkatappa Naik, Channareddy Patil Tunnur and Sharanagowda Kandkur, District in-charge Secretary Manoj Jain, Superintendent of Police G. Sangeetha and others were present.
Deputy Commissioner B. Susheela, Chief Executive Officer of Zilla Panchayat Garima Panwar and other officers accompanied the Minister as they all received a total of 245 applications from the public seeking relief.