Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath might announce some more decisions in the favour of the common man following his second cabinet meeting on Tuesday.
On Monday, Uttar Pradesh health Minister Siddharth Nath Singh tweeted that the agenda of the second cabinet meeting will be to ‘serve the common man’.
Gorakhpur metro will be a huge step in the development phase of U.P. But people in Gorakhpur are not happy because their travel time will reduce, in fact they are happy as they will get new pillars to spit their pan masalas on.
Yogi Adityanath has banned Gutkha and pan masalas inside the office premises but consuming pan masalas and gutkha outside office premises is still allowed and the government can’t really stop people from doing so. People in fact have promised that they will save the cost of painting the metro pillars as they will themselves paint it by continuously spitting gutkha on them.
With so many people exchanging notes and crowding outside ATMs, its difficult to judge which queue is for what purpose. Already there were umpteen queues in our country and the recent decision of the government has increased the number of queues many fold.
A strange incident happened in Kanpur. A guy named Sanil who was in his early 30s was standing in a queue for 2 hours to exchange his old notes, only to found out later that that queue was for people buying Gutkha at a pan wala counter.
Sanil wasted his precious 2 hours and felt really helpless, but then he bought Gutkha and relaxed his mind. many similar incidents are happening across U.P and Bihar where you have regular queues at the pan counters, and people are standing in those queues thinking that the counters are for dispensing money which they require urgently.
Government should have clear cut sign boards made out to help public in this distress.Otherwise people will keep on wasting time in the wrong queue.