More Than 6.5 Lakh In Queue For Ayushman Card – More than six and a half lakh beneficiaries without Ayushman Card

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Gauriganj (Amethi). The people of the district are not getting the full benefits of Jan Arogya Yojana started in the year 2018. The situation is that even after four years, 6.55 lakh beneficiaries are without Ayushman cards. Now the Health Department will conduct a special campaign from Thursday to September 30, so that the cards of the remaining people can be made.
CMO Dr. Vimlendu Shekhar informed that under Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana, which started from 23 September 2018, the Health Department has provided Ayushman cards to 2,50,199 beneficiaries out of 9,05,771 beneficiaries identified in the district. The target of providing free Ayushman cards to 90,191 target families of the campaign is set. In order to make Ayushman cards of the beneficiaries, during this campaign, which will run till September 30, Ayushman cards of all the beneficiaries of the identified beneficiary families will be made through CSCs through village-village camps.
Told that while giving the responsibility of bringing people to the camp, Panchayat Assistant, Arogya Mitra and Asha posted in the village, five rupees for making Ayushman card of one person and ten rupees for making Ayushman card of more than one member in a family Will go
Giving training to 664 Panchayat assistants to make Ayushman cards, BIS ID has been registered for making 540 cards. Beneficiaries will need necessary documents like Prime Minister’s letter, Chief Minister’s letter, Ration card, Aadhar card, mobile number etc. to get free Ayushman card.
The CMO said that financially backward families are provided health insurance of Rs 5 lakh per year through this scheme. By providing free Ayushman cards to the beneficiary families, free medical treatment is provided under this scheme in the empaneled government and private hospitals in case the registered members of the beneficiary family become ill.

Gauriganj (Amethi). The people of the district are not getting the full benefits of Jan Arogya Yojana started in the year 2018. The situation is that even after four years, 6.55 lakh beneficiaries are without Ayushman cards. Now the Health Department will conduct a special campaign from Thursday to September 30, so that the cards of the remaining people can be made.

CMO Dr. Vimlendu Shekhar informed that under Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana, which started from 23 September 2018, the Health Department has provided Ayushman cards to 2,50,199 beneficiaries out of 9,05,771 beneficiaries identified in the district. The target of providing free Ayushman cards to 90,191 target families of the campaign is set. In order to make Ayushman cards of the beneficiaries, during this campaign, which will run till September 30, Ayushman cards of all the beneficiaries of the identified beneficiary families will be made through CSCs through village-village camps.

Told that while giving the responsibility of bringing people to the camp, Panchayat Assistant, Arogya Mitra and Asha posted in the village, five rupees for making Ayushman card of one person and ten rupees for making Ayushman card of more than one member in a family Will go

Giving training to 664 Panchayat assistants to make Ayushman cards, BIS ID has been registered for making 540 cards. Beneficiaries will need necessary documents like Prime Minister’s letter, Chief Minister’s letter, Ration card, Aadhar card, mobile number etc. to get free Ayushman card.

The CMO said that financially backward families are provided health insurance of Rs 5 lakh per year through this scheme. By providing free Ayushman cards to the beneficiary families, free medical treatment is provided under this scheme in the empaneled government and private hospitals in case the registered members of the beneficiary family become ill.

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