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On November 29, the President will inaugurate a health-care system in Kurukshetra.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Thursday that President Droupadi Murmu will give the state’s people a health gift on November 29 with the launch of the Mukhyamantri Swasthya Survekshan Yojana in Kurukshetra town, which will include a health survey of more than 1.60 crore Antyodaya families.
A universal e-Upchar site will be built to collect health data from all such persons “announced the Chief Minister while presiding over a review meeting of the Health Department’s Chirayu Haryana Yojana and Mukhyamantri Swasthya Sarvekshan Yojana.
According to an official release, he would start the ‘Mukhyamantri Swasthya Survekshan Yojana’ from Kurukshetra.
Khattar earlier this week announced the ‘CHIRAYU Haryana’ (complete health insurance for Antyodaya units) initiative, which aims to extend the benefits of the Ayushman Bharat programme to about 29 lakh Antyodaya beneficiaries with an annual income restriction of up to Rs 1.80 lakh.
According to Khattar, the distribution of 10 lakh golden cards under this plan shall take place on December 5 at the village and ward levels.
“The Chirayu Yojana should provide health benefits to about 28 lakh Antyodaya families as soon as possible. This task will not allow slack. Each family will receive Rs 5 lakh in health benefits under this system. The administration is dedicated to provide these individuals with health benefits “He stated.
The Chief Minister stated that contact centres should be established at the village level for the comfort of the people so that any questions about the plan can be quickly handled.
He stated that a third-party administrator should be involved in the Chirayu review on a regular basis and share the real findings with the government. The third-party administrator should be finalized as soon as possible.
The chief minister further instructed that the task of creating the CHIRAYU plan cards be completed as soon as feasible so that people can benefit as soon as practicable. On December 5, he instructed that the distribution of 10 lakh ‘golden cards’ to be distributed under this plan be assured at the village and ward levels.
The chief minister stated that health infrastructure at government medical centres around the state will be improved. He stated that all relevant processes are being done for this.
Along with assigning physicians and experts at civil hospitals, the chief minister requested that work on establishing ICU facilities be completed as soon as possible.

John Smith

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