India to give free health care to 100 FFs each year | The Daily Star
03:13 PM, July 18, 2019 / LAST MODIFIED: 03:23 PM, July 18, 2019

India to give free health care to 100 FFs each year

Government of India has initiated a new scheme for providing medical treatment to 100 freedom fighter patients every year under which they will be provided free medical treatment in Indian Armed Forces Hospitals. 

Ministry of Liberation War Affairs, Government of Bangladesh has partnered with Indian High Commission to select deserving patients covering all districts of Bangladesh, according to a press release issued today in this regard.

This year also 100 freedom fighters will be selected and given treatment in Indian Armed Forces Hospitals. 

An advertisement has been placed by the Ministry in their official web site (www.molwa.gov.bd) and local newspaper ‘The Daily Janakantha’ on 16 July 2019. Applicants are advised to visit the web site and submit their application to the Civil Surgeon’s office in their respective District as per the prescribed application format before 22 August 2019.

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