Government will provide primary health care to primitive tribes, four and a half crores allocated

Ranchi: Chalant Village Clinic has been formed with the objective of providing primary health care to the residents of primitive tribal communities of the state.  An allocation of Rs 4, 50, 56, 000 has been made from the state plan in the financial year 2023-24 for its operation and management. Garhwa district has got the maximum amount of Rs 1, 68, 96, 000.

At the same time, an allocation of Rs 5,12, 000 has been made to 8 districts of the state, East Singhbhum, Dhanbad, Bokaro, Simdega, Deoghar, Chatra, Koderma and Ramgarh respectively. The controlling officer of the amount will be Arun Kumar Singh, Additional Chief Secretary, Health Department. While the clearance and disposal officer will be the civil surgeon of the concerned district.

They will withdraw the amount in lump sum advance and keep it in the bank account of the District Health Committee.

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