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    December 2, 2020

    PM Modi lauds Ayushman Bharat scheme as beneficiaries cross 1 crore-mark

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    The number of people who have benefitted under the Centre’s Ayushman Bharat Scheme has crossed the one crore-mark, said on Wednesday.

    “It would make every Indian proud that the number of Ayushman Bharat beneficiaries has crossed 1 crore,” he wrote in a series of tweets, adding that the initiative “has had a positive impact on so many lives.”

    The prime minister also spoke about the benefits of the scheme and lauded the healthcare workers associated with it .

    He said that one of the biggest benefits of the scheme is “portability” as the beneficiaries “can get top quality and affordable medical care not only where they are registered but also in other parts of .”

    Prime Minister Modi had launched the Centre’s flagship health insurance programme Ayushman Bharat Scheme on September 23 in Ranchi that aims to provide Rs 5 lakh hospitalisation cover to up to 107.4 million poor and vulnerable families.

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