Assuring people that lack of money would not be a hindrance to medical treatment, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that people with serious illnesses should be treated in the best medical facilities.
When a woman sought financial assistance from the chief minister during the Janata Darshan programme so that she could receive treatment at Apollo Hospital, he responded, "Aap bina chinta treatment kariye, paisa hum denge (Do not worry, we will provide the money)."
In front of Mahant Digvijaynath Smriti Auditorium of the Gorakhnath temple complex, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath addressed the grievances of over 250 people.
The chief minister listened to each person individually and assured all of them that there was no need to panic or become upset because every situation would be handled effectively.
As he handed over the applications to the police and administrative officers, the chief minister gave them instructions to pay attention to the public's problems and find a satisfactory solution.
Numerous people had come to the Janata Darshan to seek financial support for the treatment of serious illnesses. The chief minister was informed by a woman that she was receiving treatment at Apollo Hospital. The woman was asked by the chief minister if she had an Ayushman card. When she said no, the chief minister responded by saying, “You will be treated well and there is no need to worry. We'll provide the money.”
He directed the officials present on the spot to send the estimate of the treatment to the government soon after completing the process.
When a woman informed the chief minister about her housing problem, Yogi Adityanath assured her that her wish to have her own home would soon come true.
Yogi also blessed children who came with some women and gave them chocolates while motivating them to study.