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Good Samaritans to be paid ₹5k for rushing road accident victims to hospital

CENTRAL GOVERNMENT in the time of unexpected GLOBAL PANDEMIC situation has forwarded a step towards “ROAD ACCIDENT’S VICTIMS”.
The scheme will be prizing ₹5000 for 5 times only (in one year) to those who are helping the road accident victims for providing the fastest reach to the nearest “emergency Ward” of the hospital in the “GOLDEN PERIOD”.

WHAT IS THE GOLDEN PERIOD?


The golden period is the duration which lasts for one hour and 30 minutes from the time that the victim meets with an accident this period is the most precious and critical for a victim if assistance is rendered within the golden period — Will lead to the upliftment of the probability for his life to get saved.

The scheme is going to start from 15th October 2021 on the auspicious day of ” VIJAY DASHMI “and will last for March 2026.

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The government on helping is providing ₹5000 and ₹5 lakh on the central basis,
for this government has decided to open separate bank accounts for the trauma helpers.

New Portal a new beginning

A separate portal for trauma helpers is going to start
In Which the involved hospital, police station and the trauma helper (itself)can register and can claim his/her reward by the Indian government for 5 times a year only.

District commission itself going to register the name, mobile number, address of the trauma helpers to their portal.

As a new beginning, the government is allowing to claim the reward only 5 times a year.

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Kushagra Pathak
Author of Worldly Voice

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