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Will improve quality of treatment: Siddu

Published: 10th July 2013 07:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th July 2013 07:33 AM   |  A+A-

Steps will be taken to improve the quality of treatment provided at all government hospitals, said Chief Minister Siddaramaiah after ‘Janata Darshan’ held here on Wednesday.

After hearing the grievances of people he said the endeavour of the government was to improve quality of treatment in all government hospitals.

When asked about the increase in the number of people attending Janata Darshan programme, Siddaramaiah said many people want to meet him rather than officials concerned.

The Chief Minister said that plans are afoot to organise Janata Darshan in a better manner.

Officials would be made to speak to the people before they meet him, he said and added this would also help in finding a solution on spot.

As many as 3,000 people were present at the Janata Darshan programme on Wednesday.

A post-graduate dental student came to meet him seeking a job, another woman wanted security following threat to her life from her brother.

Aged people came seeking medical help and others came with problems such as family disputes, land disputes, crop compensation and others.

Siddaramaiah gave a patient hearing to all and tried to help them.



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