JAMMU, Dec 2: J&K BJP general secretary (Org.), Ashok Kaul along with JMC councilor, Sanjay Kumar Baru and other party leaders visited special Ayushman Camp organized by district administration, Jammu in Ward 41 here, today.
On the occasion, BJP leaders also appealed to the leftover people to visit the camp and get themselves registered under the scheme. They said that residents of Jammu Urban whose families were not registered in Census-2011 can enroll name of their family members on spot in these Camps.
BJP senior leader, Ayodhya Gupta, Mandal president, Keshav Chopra, councilor Ward-31, Succha Singh, Nodal Officer, Royal Bakshi and Ward president, Ashok Wazir were also present in special Ayushman Bharat Camp at Bohri in Ward-41 for registration of leftover beneficiaries under Ayushman Bharat who were not found in census 2011.
Ashok Koul, speaking on the occasion said that the Ayushman scheme is proving to be a boon for poor people as it has provided healthcare facilities to the individual beneficiaries who were earlier not able to afford the costly treatments due to economic constraints but now can avail free health insurance up to Rs 5 lakh. He termed it as magnificent and historical step taken under leadership of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi led Union Government to provide genuine service to deserving population. He said that the problems usually faced in these camps have been worked upon for the ease of general public with the focus on completion of process in minimum time.
Sanjay Kumar Baru said that crores of beneficiaries have got themselves registered under Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana-Ayushman Bharat and are seeking its benefits. He said that now every person can avail treatment in best hospitals across the country which was a dream before for needy people. He stressed that the success of the programme will require the active participation of several stakeholders including administration, socio-political activists, civil society, NGOs and others.
RK Koul, Rakesh Sharma, Bhubesh Sharma, Arun Dubey, Rajesh Saini and others also visited the camp along with senior party leaders.