Do not delay in getting Ayushman card, bumper benefit up to Rs 5 lakh, apply like this

Ayushman Card

Newz Fast, New Delhi: If you do not have Ayushman card for some reason, then get it made immediately, because under this free treatment up to Rs 5 lakh is being given. The government has started this scheme for the upliftment of the poor.

The central and state governments are taking big decisions to help the poor, the impact of which is also being seen at the grassroots level. Now there are many schemes of the central government, which are proving to be a boon for the people.

Which you can easily take advantage of. If for some reason you do not have an Ayushman card, then get it made immediately, because under this free treatment is available up to Rs 5 lakh. The government has started this scheme for the upliftment of the poor.

A large number of people have got Ayushman cards opened. You too can easily get the treatment of Rs 5 lakh waived by making a card. In order to apply, you need to know about the rules.

You apply for ayushman card

Step-1
If you are also eligible for this scheme, then you have to visit your nearest public service center to get Ayushman card made.

Step-2
Reach here with the necessary documents and their hardcopy. There will be document verification and then your application will be done.

Step-3
If there is no mistake in your application, and everything is fine, then in 10-15 days your Ayushman card is generated. After this you can get your free treatment up to Rs 5 lakh in empaneled hospitals.

Know the eligibility to make a card
Those people whose house is kutcha can apply for this Ayushman card.
Those who have a disabled member in their family.

If there is a landless person.
If someone comes from scheduled caste or tribe.
If you are a daily wage labourer.

If someone lives in a rural area.
If someone is destitute or tribal etc.
For information, let us tell you that the Modi government is now running many such public welfare schemes, which are being taken advantage of by a large number of people.

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