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Odisha CM Mohan Charan Majhi to Hear Public Grievances Daily for Two Hours

Bhubaneswar: In a significant move aimed at addressing public concerns more efficiently, Chief Minister Mohan Charan Majhi has announced that he will personally listen to public grievances for two hours every day. This initiative will commence today.

Chief Minister Majhi will hear people’s problems from 3 pm to 5 pm at the State Guest House office in Bhubaneswar. During this time, he will receive complaint letters and take immediate steps to resolve the issues presented.

The Chief Minister’s decision reflects his commitment to resolving public issues in a disciplined and systematic manner. Since assuming office after the formation of the new government, CM Majhi has earned a reputation as a “people’s Chief Minister.” He has been frequently seen engaging directly with citizens, listening to their concerns, and assuring them of prompt action.

This daily grievance hearing is expected to further bolster his popularity and reinforce his image as a responsive and accessible leader. By dedicating time each day to hear from the public, CM Majhi aims to create a direct channel for communication and problem-solving, ensuring that the voices of Odisha’s citizens are heard and addressed.

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