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Modi government's new scheme: up to one lakh in road accidents will be treated for free


The central government said on Wednesday that it has drawn up a plan to implement the cashless treatment scheme for contingency insurance. According to information sent to the state transport secretary and commissioners, the scheme will provide an insurance cover of Rs 2 lakh per case. This scheme is important, because India has 5 lakh road accidents annually, the highest in the world. About 1.5 lakh people are killed and 2 lakh people are injured in such accidents.

Auto accident fund will be formed
According to the ministry, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has prepared a roadmap to implement a scheme for cashless treatment of motor accident victims, which has been incorporated into the Motor Vehicles Act, 2019. This includes treating victims in times of crisis. In this regard, the Ministry of Transport has written a letter to the Chief Secretaries of all States and Union Territories and the Secretaries in charge of Transport, seeking consideration of the concept note of the scheme by the 10th of this month. The plan also includes creating a vehicle accident fund.

Objective of providing compulsory insurance cover to people using road
The National Health Authority's PM Jan Arogya Yojana has been entrusted with the responsibility of implementing the scheme as a nodal agency and in more than 21,000 hospitals across the country. The ministry further said that the scheme aims to provide compulsory insurance cover to all road users in the country.

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ગુજરાતીમાં  માહિતી માટે અહીં ક્લીક કરો 

Scheme has been launched to provide timely health care
These funds will be used to treat road accident victims and to provide compensation to the family of the injured or missing person in the hit and run case. The scheme is designed to provide quality healthcare to all people at the right time, without compromising their ability to pay.

Modi government's new scheme: up to one lakh in road accidents will be treated for free

Modi government's new scheme: up to one lakh in road accidents will be treated for free


The central government said on Wednesday that it has drawn up a plan to implement the cashless treatment scheme for contingency insurance. According to information sent to the state transport secretary and commissioners, the scheme will provide an insurance cover of Rs 2 lakh per case. This scheme is important, because India has 5 lakh road accidents annually, the highest in the world. About 1.5 lakh people are killed and 2 lakh people are injured in such accidents.

Auto accident fund will be formed
According to the ministry, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has prepared a roadmap to implement a scheme for cashless treatment of motor accident victims, which has been incorporated into the Motor Vehicles Act, 2019. This includes treating victims in times of crisis. In this regard, the Ministry of Transport has written a letter to the Chief Secretaries of all States and Union Territories and the Secretaries in charge of Transport, seeking consideration of the concept note of the scheme by the 10th of this month. The plan also includes creating a vehicle accident fund.

Objective of providing compulsory insurance cover to people using road
The National Health Authority's PM Jan Arogya Yojana has been entrusted with the responsibility of implementing the scheme as a nodal agency and in more than 21,000 hospitals across the country. The ministry further said that the scheme aims to provide compulsory insurance cover to all road users in the country.

Read In Gujarati Click Here
ગુજરાતીમાં  માહિતી માટે અહીં ક્લીક કરો 

Scheme has been launched to provide timely health care
These funds will be used to treat road accident victims and to provide compensation to the family of the injured or missing person in the hit and run case. The scheme is designed to provide quality healthcare to all people at the right time, without compromising their ability to pay.
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