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Deendayal Antyodaya Upchar Yojana

The Govt. of Madhya Pradesh had launched Deendayal Antyodaya Upchar Yojana in the year 2004. The scheme seeks to provide social security coverage to the population belonging to the lower socio-economic strata of the society and safeguard them from indebtedness arising from illness.


  • All BPL families; irrespective of no. of members in the family
  • All members of the primitive tribal groups irrespective of their economic status
  • Families of holders of “Mukhya Mantri Mazdoor Suraksha Card” & “Nirman Shramik Card”


  • Free medical treatment and investigation up to a limit of Rs. 20000/- per family per annum for treatment and investigation in all government health facilities

 How to Avail:

  • Patient or relatives of the patient can seek services at the nearest Govt. Health

Centre along with BPL card

 Contact Details:

Nearest Government Hospital

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