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Shah to launch Ayushman CAPF healthcare scheme on Jan 23

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah is anticipated to launch the Ayushman healthcare scheme for central paramilitary pressure personnel in Assam later this week, official sources mentioned.
They mentioned Shah will hand over the primary Ayushman well being playing cards to the chiefs, a sub-officer and a jawan of every of the central armed police forces (CAPFs) just like the CRPF, BSF, CISF, ITBP and SSB aside from the NSG and the Assam Rifles that perform beneath the command of his ministry on January 23.
The CAPFs, with an estimated manpower of about 10 lakh personnel, are deployed for rendering quite a lot of inner safety duties throughout the nation, border guarding and VIP safety.
“The Ayushman CAPF health scheme is expected to be launched by the home minister on January 23 in Guwahati. A presentation on the scheme will be made and the minister may address the beneficiaries too during the event,” a senior official concerned within the course of advised PTI.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had launched the Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (AB PM-JAY), termed as the largest government-sponsored healthcare scheme throughout the globe, in September, 2018.
The scheme gives a canopy of as much as Rs 5 lakh per household per 12 months for secondary and tertiary care hospitalisation to over 10.74 crore poor and weak households (about 53 crore beneficiaries). AB PM-JAY additionally gives cashless and paperless entry to providers for the beneficiaries on the level of service.

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