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6/9/21

'Maa-Amrutam Vatsalya card' can also be withdrawn from government hospitals, individual card will now be given instead of one card per family

The government will now issue individual cards per family to Maa card beneficiaries. If there are five persons in the beneficiary's family, five cards will be issued instead of one. New cards were issued at government hospitals, community and primary health centers.









People are getting cheaper treatment through Maa Card for the treatment of patients of Corona age. In addition, the state health department yesterday decided to extend the Maa card until July 31, given the status of the transition and the difficulty in collecting revenue samples. The process of making new Maa cards in government hospitals has now started. So that all the beneficiaries can avail the benefits of this scheme.





Ma-card will be given per person in the family
Deputy Chief Minister and Health Minister Nitin Patel said the state government has implemented the "Maa-Amritam Vatsalya" scheme to provide speedy treatment to the citizens of the state in case of emergencies and serious illnesses. The decision has been made.

Government's big announcement:  'Maa-Amrutam Vatsalya card' can also be withdrawn from government hospitals, individual card will now be given instead of one card per family



File photo of Nitin Patel.

The government will now issue individual cards per family to the beneficiaries of the Maa card
If there are five persons in the beneficiary's family, five cards will be issued instead of one
New cards were issued in government hospitals, community and primary health centers



People are getting cheaper treatment through 'Maa Card' for the treatment of patients in Corona period. In addition, the state health department yesterday decided to extend the validity of the Maa card till July 31 in view of the transition situation and the difficulty in collecting income samples. Now the process of making new Maa cards in government hospitals has been started so that all the beneficiaries can avail the benefits of this scheme.

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The family will be in the cards for everyone on
Deputy Chief Minister and Health Nitin Patel said that the state's citizens accidental circumstances and state to provide prompt treatment of serious illnesses, the government "Ma-Amirtham VATSALYA" scheme is employed, in which the beneficiaries of the whole instead of a card family now each beneficiary An important decision has been taken by the health department to issue a personal identity card.

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Maa cards will be issued from government hospitals,
he added, adding that Maa / Maa Vatsalya cards will now be issued to citizens from government hospitals. Under the "Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana", "Maa" Yojana and "Maa Vatsalya" Yojana, the state government provides free healthcare up to Rs. 5 lakh per family per annum to the families having fixed criteria. Beneficiaries with Maa / Maa Vatsalya card can get treatment in any government / trust operated and private hospitals affiliated under the scheme.

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Five Maa cards to 5 members of the family As
per the provisions of the Government of India, the beneficiaries of "Maa-Amrutam" and "Maa-Amrutam Vatsalya" schemes across the state were earlier given one card per family. Instead, each beneficiary will now be given a personal identity card. E.g. If there are five people in a family then this was the only card between the first five people. Now five members of the family will be given separate individual cards to facilitate treatment.

Symbolic image of Maa card.

The old cards will continue to be treated as before,
he said, adding that new cards are currently being issued at government hospitals, community and primary health centers in the state, so all beneficiaries will be able to get new cards from these hospitals. The benefit on the old card will continue as before until the new card is issued. So that no one's treatment will stop. He added that every beneficiary of the "Maa" scheme is now requested to get a new card immediately so that, as per requirement, up to Rs 5 lakh can be availed free of cost.

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Who gets the benefit of 'Maa' and 'Maa Vatsalya' scheme and its eligibility

Mukhyamantri Amrutam "Maa" scheme benefits families living below the poverty line (BPL).
The 'Maa Vatsalya Card' scheme benefits all Asha sisters in rural and urban areas.
All middle class families with an annual income of Rs 4 lakh or less are eligible for the benefit.
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All fixed salary employees of Class-3 and Class-4 appointed directly to the State Government.
Families of senior citizens with an annual income of Rs 6.00 lakh or less are eligible for the benefit.

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Documents required to get Maa card

BPL Certificate (for Maa Card)
Barcoded ration card
Aadhaar card of persons (maximum five) included in ration card with barcode.
Example of annual family income.
Certificate of the Medical Officer of the Center for Ashabaheno and their families performing duty at the Primary Health Center or Community Health Center.
Certificate as an accredited journalist issued by the Information Department.
Appointment letter as a fixed salary employee as Class-3 and Class-4 in the State Government.
Certificate with a photo certified by the head of the department / office of the fixed salary employee.

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