The effective implementation of Maharashtra Government's Rajeev Gandhi Jeevandayee Aarogya Vima Yojana has been hampered owing to the "careless" attitude of the officials concerned. Till Card distribution scheme of Rajeev Gandhi Jeevandayi Aarogoya Yojana dying due to mismanagement of RGJVY officer's till today Mumbaikar not get card Athak Seva Sangh's Chairman & RTI Activitist Anil Galgali complain the same to the Chief Minister of Maharashtra to take the appropriate action against Officers who is responsible of the same and culprits of Mumbaikars.
Athak Seva Sangh's Chairman & RTI Activitist Anil Galgali complain the same to the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Chief Secretary (Govt. of Maharashtra) & Chief Executive Officer of Rajiv Gandhi Jeevandai Arogya Yojana. The scheme was introduced this year with fanfare and spending of crores of rupees. But due to carelessness of state government functionaries, this scheme is dying before getting into the hands of needy people.
Health Department first sought the help of the Rationing department to get income details of the beneficiaries and prepared the cards."In March, 2012, the state government dispatched lakhs of cards to all ration offices across the city. In April cards were handed over to Aaganwadi women social workers to distribute them door-to-door.The distribution of work was properly done till September but then it was again handed over to respective rationing offices without any reason.
After our complaints in Dec 2012, RGJAY officer's later issue tender to distribution the remain cards. But before whom get work of distribution in June 2012 specifically in North East Region ie from Sion to Mulund including Chandivali Area. But till no result seen. Interesting that RGJAY officer's not reply our letter nor take seriously.
In throughout State there is Eight District in which 2,61,97,582 populations agaisnt the said populations Govt. made 49,03,140 Cards for benefeciaries. As the Card made by Govtt. throughout State there is highest in Mumbai Suburban District i.e. 13,40,828 Cards. After that Solapur (8,30,011) Raigadh (5,66,231 ), Amravati (5,59,473 ), Nanded (5,43,961), Mumbai City ( 4,82,073), Dhule (3,97,674) and Gadhcharoli (1,82,889). The health department's poor planning and mismanagement are the main reasons why this system is stuck. Why State Government is fail to distribution card door to door added Galgali and demand to inquire the whole episode and responsible fix to concerned officer's so in future no one careless as like this.