Mumbai: 29th August 2011
The Maharashtra government has given the green signal for implementation of the ambitious Rajiv Gandhi Lifesaving Health Scheme, which is expected to benefit over 20 million poor people providing them health insurance. Maharashtra becomes the second state in the country after Andhra Pradesh to implement RGLHS, an official from the Chief Minister's office said. The first phase of RGLHS will be implemented in eight districts — Mumbai, Mumbai Suburban District, Raigad, Nanded, Dhule, Sholapur, Gadchiroli and Amravati — from September.
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