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Gorakhpur Tour: CM Adityanath Taking Stock of Situation Before PM Modi Visit

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By: Ruchira Talapatra
Updated: October 19, 2022 12:32
On Wednesday, CM Adityanath after reaching the complainants one by one will go to Ayodhya to inspect the main places in view of the arrival of PM Narendra Modi.
On Wednesday, CM Adityanath after reaching the complainants one by one will go to Ayodhya to inspect the main places in view of the arrival of PM Narendra Modi.
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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held Janata Darbar in Digvijaynath auditorium complex on the second day of his Gorakhpur tour. This comes after a survey by news agencies on the dissatisfaction of the public with their state government. The survey showed that 46.6 percent of the respondents are unhappy with their state government, while 34.8 percent people are angry with the central government.

CM Adityanath reached out to the complainants one by one. The grievances of the complainants was taken note of and the instructions given to the relevant officer for their redressal.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reached Gorakhpur on Tuesday on his two-day tour. The CM inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of big projects pegged at 300 crores in the premises of the Municipal Corporation office. Of the 300 crores, Rs 215 crores 97 lakhs are allocated to Municipal Corporation and Rs 62 crores 84 lakhs to Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) projects.

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On Wednesday, CM Adityanath after reaching the complainants one by one will go to Ayodhya to inspect the main places in view of the arrival of PM Narendra Modi.

On Tuesday, the Anger Index was released by certain newschannels. According to the Anger Index survey, anti-incumbency sentiments are higher against the state governments as compared to the central government. In the survey, 24.6 percent are most angry with their Chief Ministers, while 17.9 percent are angry with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. More Indians (11.7%) are unhappy with the policies of the central government than the states (10.7%).

Voters are less angry with the central government, and more on the state governments was the big disclosure in the survey. Apart from the UP CM, other states CMs who appeared to have invited the anger of the voters are Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. Gehlot is followed by Basavaraj Bommai of Karnataka (33.1 percent) and Nitish Kumar of Bihar (32.0 percent) on the list. Delhiites are most happy with their local governance. Only 28.0 percent of those who took part in the survey are angry with the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government.

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