Haryana. Prime Minister Manohar Lal said that under Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana, the process of making cards from Chirayu Yojana should be accelerated so that cards of all families can be made as soon as possible. Apart from that, regular supervision of this work should be done by connecting all departments at district level. The Prime Minister chaired Chirayu Yojana’s review meeting. The Chief Principal Secretary of the Chief Minister Mr. DS Dhesi, the Additional Chief Secretary of Health Department G. Anupama, the Additional Principal Secretary of the Chief Minister Dr. Amit Agarwal, Chief Minister Deputy Principal Secretary KM Pandurang, Health Mission Director Prabhjot Singh and many officials were present at the meeting. . The vice commissioners of all districts attended this meeting online.
The premier said health cards are to be issued in the state to provide around 1 crore of Chirayu Yojana benefits to 17 lakh families. In these districts of Mahendergarh, Charkhi Dadri, Bhiwani and Hisar, Viva cards have done a good job. He consulted extensively with the District Deputy Officers of Mewat, Faridabad, Palwal, Gurugram, Kurukshetra and Kaithal, who are slow in making maps, and instructed them to complete this work soon in collaboration with all departments.
He said that until the card-making process is completed, SMS should be repeatedly sent to citizens’ cellphones to alert them. Otherwise, inform by voice call. The Prime Minister said the government has expanded the scope of Ayushman Bharat Yojana by raising the annual income limit of BPL to Rs 1.80 lakh to benefit more of Chirayu Yojana’s families, which is being discussed across the country. So make sure you create cards and deliver them door to door. He said Parivar Pehchan Patra is an ambitious program that would provide benefits from the government’s public welfare systems. He said the work of re-verifying data related to the BPL list should be completed soon by local and sectoral committees.
At the meeting, the Chief Minister was informed that the portal has so far received 97,000 complaints requesting an income adjustment. Of these, 1,274 complaints relate to high electricity bills. He said the income verification system should be reformed and people’s grievances should be resolved.