State govt’s health scheme ‘dying’: RTI activist
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The state government's Rajeev Gandhi Jeevandaayi Aarogya Vima Yojana is not being implemented effectively due to the "careless" attitude of officials, an RTI activist has claimed.
"The scheme was introduced this year with fanfare and crores were spent on it. But due to carelessness of state functionaries, this scheme is dying," Anil Galgali, chairman of Athak Seva Sangh, said.
Galgali has made the remarks on the health insurance scheme in a letter to state Chief Secretary J K Banthia and T C Benjamin, Additional Chief Secretary (Health).
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