Pradeep Pattanayak

Odisha Chief Minister Mohan Majhi will hear public grievances from July 1.

The Chief Minister will hold a hearing of people’s grievances at the CM’s Grievance Cell located in the Unit-V area. Those who want to put forth their grievances before the CM are required to reach the spot and get their names registered between 9 AM and 12 Noon on the same day. 

Meanwhile, the General Administration and Public Grievance department officials visited the grievance cell to take stock of available arrangements and sitting areas. As per sources, about 1000 to 1200 people can be accommodated at a time.

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“The space outside the cell is 10,000 square feet. There are waiting halls as well where about 200 people can sit. After receiving a token to meet the CM, people will sit in waiting rooms while waiting for their turn. The CM’s grievance hearing will start from coming Monday,” said Lalmohan Behera, executive engineer, Works Department. 

Notably, the Chief Minister was hearing people’s grievances at the State Guest House since he was administered oath of office and secrecy.

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