Of the registered households, 71.6 have been lined
Camps proceed in villages and cities to profit all registered households
Barnala: Under the ayushmaan Bharat- Sarbatt Health Insurance Scheme, a complete marketing campaign has been launched in District Barnala to create e-cards for eligible beneficiaries. Sharing this data Deputy Commissioner Barnala Tej Partap Singh Phoolka mentioned that under Ayushman Bharat-Sarbatt Health Insurance Scheme, cashless therapy up to Rs. 5 lakh each year is free for registered households. In order to prolong the advantages of this scheme to each eligible beneficiary, large-scale camps have been organized in villages and cities to cowl 63,452 households within the district. Under this, e-cards of 1,37,713 eligible persons have been created.
Thus e-cards of 71.6 households have been generated out of the eligible persons for the scheme. The Deputy Commissioner mentioned that the district administration is attempting to get the e-card of each beneficiary registered under this scheme in order that they might avail the ability of free cashless therapy. To this finish, by way of the Common Service Centers within the villages in collaboration with the Department of Panchayati Raj, Sarpanches, and the cities in collaboration with the Municipal Council employees and Municipal Councilors, particular camps are being arrange within the localities each day. He mentioned that the registered households who’re nonetheless disadvantaged of e-card should get their e-card made.
‘Registered households should get their e-card’
The Deputy Commissioner mentioned that under this scheme good ration card holders, laborers registered with the labor division, farmers holding J farms, accredited and yellow card holders journalists, small merchants registered with the excise and tax division can be lined. If a registered particular person has not but made his e-card, then he should get his e-card by way of the Common Service Center.