On November 27, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah is set to conduct Janata Darshan at Home Office Krishna in Bengaluru, providing a platform for the public to voice their grievances. This initiative, aimed at bringing governance closer to the people, underscores the government’s commitment to actively addressing public concerns. In this article, we’ll delve into the details of what Janata Darshan entails, its significance, and a look back at the previous occurrence.
What is Janata Darshan?
Janata Darshan is a program initiated by the Karnataka government in India to foster a direct connection with the public and address their concerns. The program operates at the district level, led by in-charge ministers and district officials. It serves as a proactive approach to solving public issues by providing a platform for citizens to present their grievances. Dedicated help desks are set up during Janata Darshan to guide people to the relevant departments, emphasizing the government’s commitment to delivering administrative solutions directly to the people’s doorsteps.
Previous Janata Darshan: September 25, 2023
The last Janata Darshan event took place across all districts on September 25, 2023, under the guidance of each district’s in-charge minister. Directed by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, the event aimed to create a platform for local residents to bring their issues and appeals directly to the authorities in their respective districts. This decentralized approach ensures that people do not have to travel to government offices but instead have the government reach them to resolve their problems.