Jan Sunwai at Collectorate 225 applications received

Indore: People came with their complaints and grievances in the Jan Sunvai organized at the Collectorate, on Tuesday. About 225 applications were received and heard by the officials.District Collector Aakash Tripathi, Zila Panchayat CEO Ashish Singh, Additional Collector Ravindra Singh, ADM Alok Kumar Singh and other officials lent an ear to the public grievances during the camp. People came with various kinds of grievances— some sought help for shelter ( house) while some sought financial aid for treatment.

Jan Sunwai at Collectorate 225 applications received

A woman sought help for treatment of her husband who is suffering from cancer.The Collector directed the health department officials to provide complete treatment to the seeker.Similarly, regarding brain hemorrhage to a few patients, the officials were directed to conduct necessary tests.

A boy suffering from a hole in his heart would be provided treatment and the Woman and Child Development Department was directed in this regard.An application was received regarding re- admeasuring of road width for 6- lane road on Indore- Nemawar route. The Tehsildar was directed to remove encroachment from the government land around a temple in Piplyakhal on Bijasan road.

A complaint was also received in which it was mentioned that a financier from whom the complainant took loan, is bothering the complainant.

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