CM urges the district administration authorities to solve the grievances of people in a time bound manner
5587 out of 6421 applications received in Gram-Taluka-District and State SWAGAT in May were solved promptly
The Chief Minister releases the report of “State – SWAGAT” Programme during the celebration of 20 years of the programme
Gandhinagar, 25th May 2023: Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel has urged the district administration authorities to bring immediate solution to the grievances of people at the local level.
In this regard, he clearly stated that such grievances of the applicants should be solved at district level itself so that they do not have to reach out at the state level for the same.
The Chief Minister gave guidance to the concerned District Collectors for redressal of the grievances made in the “State-SWAGAT”.
“State-SWAGAT” program is held on the fourth Thursday of every month where the Chief Minister listens to the grievances of the people and provides them with necessary solutions.
The Chief Minister was present at the Jan Seamark Office during the state “State-SWAGAT” program on today.
Various applicants from the districts of Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Kutch, Mahisagar, Aravalli, and Mehsana presented their respective concerns to Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel during the “State-SWAGAT” program. The Chief Minister held a video conference with the concerned District Collectors regarding these grievances of the citizens and provided appropriate guidance and necessary action to resolve the same.
The Chief Minister released the report on “State – SWAGAT” programme. 5587 out of 6421 representations received at Gram-Taluka-District and State level during May were solved in a time bound manner.
Chief Principal Secretary to CM Shri Kailashnathan and senior secretaries of the concerned departments as well as officers of the Chief Minister’s Office were present during the “State – SWAGAT” program.
Source: Information Department, Gujarat