Bhubaneswar: With the reopening of Odisha Chief Minister’s grievance cell, more than a thousand of aggrieved people from different parts of the State landed in the capital city to apprise the CM about their issues.
The grievance cell was closed since April 20 in view of the intense heat wave conditions prevailing in the State during that time. Today it started functioning full-fledged.
Gunanidhi Mallick from Cuttack district, who lost his two legs due to polio, demanded the Government should provide a vehicle so that he can drop and pick up his daughter at school.
“Many people like me have already got a vehicle but I am yet to get one. I am requesting the authorities to provide me a scooty,” said Mallick, who used to maintain his family by taking private tuition.
However, complaints were received over phone and e-mail during the period.
Notably, the grievance cell meets on Mondays to hear the complaints of the people.