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RTI News-RTI has revealed that no funds have yet been allocated to five of the approved 13 AIIMS by the government

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The response to RTI revealed that no funds have yet been allocated to five of the approved 13 AIIMS by the Modi government.Moreover, no funds have been released to four of the approved AIIMS which are proposed in Himachal Pradesh, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, GJ.

Here is what the ministry's response to India Today's RTI reveal:

  • No funds have been allocated to five of the approved AIIMS yet. They are situated in Jammu, Kashmir, Bihar, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat.
  • No time frame has been fixed by the cabinet for five AIIMS which are in Jammu, Kashmir, Bihar, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat.
  • Less than 10 per cent of the sanctioned fund has been given to the AIIMs in Uttar Pradesh which is expected to be functional by March 2020.

BJP in its manifesto in 2014 had promised to "increase the number of medical and paramedical colleges to make India self-sufficient in human resources, and set up an AIIMS like institute in every state." To find out the status of these 13 AIIMS, India Today filed a Right to Information (RTI) query with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

The response to RTI revealed that no funds have yet been allocated to five of the approved 13 AIIMS by the Modi government.


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