Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Addressing Dalits in towns of Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday went by Kandhaipur Madhupur town in Pratapgarh district where he held a choupal with villagers and ate with them. Under the scheme ‘Gram Swarajya Yojna,’ where the state government intends to connect more than 50,000 village panchayats in Uttar Pradesh, the CM was seen meeting with the family and local people at the town, while checking on different development projects. Amid one specific open house question-answer session, Adityanath asked villagers, “Have toilets been built here?” To this, the whole town answered, “No.” The villagers sitting in the choupal said that not a single toilet has been built. On hearing the villagers complain, Adityanath called the local authorities in front of everyone, guiding him sternly to transfer the money for toilets in their Gramin accounts inside 24 hours. He additionally guided authorities to ensure every villager has a ration card. Adityanath later went a house of a Dalit family and ate with them. “I am feeling happy. My family is additionally glad (on meeting with Adityanath). We never thought that he (Adityanath) would come and have dinner with us,” said the Dalit man, Dayaram. Chief Minister Adityanath on Monday paid an unexpected visit to a grain mandi and a hospital in Pratapgarh. On Sunday, he went by Roja Gehu Mandi in Shahjahanpur and interacted with the farmers there. He likewise held converses with the farmers and local people at Lakhimpur and Amethi.