Jaipur: Chief minister Ashok Gehlot on sunday said that Rajasthan has 1 crore pensioners under various schemes and the government is fulfilling its commitment to support every individual who is in need.
“The central government should implement social security schemes in order to provide support to the poor and destitute,” said Gehlot. He said that the state has emerged as a model state in the health category.
Due to Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Health Scheme, the residents don’t have to worry about any treatment, even if it is expensive. The upper cap of Rs 10 lakh has been extended on cases related to organ transplants. Also, the state residents are getting the insurance against the accident of Rs 5 lakh,” said Gehlot.
Gehlot also visited the constructed 24-storey ipd tower at SMS Hospital to take a stock of the development of the mega project on Sunday. The foundation and basement work of the tower at SMS Hospital has been completed which comes under the first part of the project. The first phase will have 12 floors.
The basement will have the beginning of the state of the art mortuary. The tower is being constructed with a cost of Rs 588 crore, having 126 ICUs and 1243 beds.