Inderaj Singh Sahu (80), a resident of Barnala road in Sirsa, became first person to register his complaint with CM window at E-Disha centre at mini-secretariat here on Thursday.
Sahu's complaint was about the menace of stray cattle at Barnala road and other main roads of the city. He has also complained about the negligence of the district administration, which has "turned a blind eye to the problem".
He also urged chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar to open a bull shelter for stray bulls at outer part of the city.
Sirsa deputy commissioner Nikhil Gajraj inaugurated CM window at E Disha centre, Sirsa.
Gajraj told the media that initiatives were aimed at empowering people and redressing their grievances at their doorstep.
The CM web portal was also inaugurated with a view to reduce the gap between government and people through information technology, he added.
Meanwhile, an RTI activist, advocate Pawan Pareek, also registered his four grievances at CM window. Pareek said his first complaint was about an incomplete road construction work at Begu Road, second complaint was about damaged streetlights on the same road, the third one for construction of a pedestrian path in every market and fourth complaint sough investigation into the illegal colonies registries.
The RTI activist said he had also given his complaints at CM Darbar during the CM's last visit to Sirsa in first week of December, but so far no action has been taken on his complaints.
That state government is claiming that the grievances of the citizens will be redressed in a time-bound period and anyone who sends a complaint will get an SMS alert after which he/she will be regularly updated about the status of the complaint and what one needs to do further till the matter is solved.