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MANOJ B. PATEL posted a topic in RTI in MediaFarmers live at the mercy of unpredictable weather and are under constant fear of drought and floods. The state, notorious for suicides by farmers, had in 2005 launched a Farmer Public Accident Insurance to give them some monetary relief. In case of death or injuries caused to farmers in an accident or causes specified in the scheme – the range includes snake bites, drowning, naxal attacks – his family is entitled to Rs1 lakh. In case of permanent disability, the injured farmer is entitled to Rs 50,000. A query filed by The Indian Express under the Right to Information (RTI) Act revealed that between August 2008 and June 5, 2015, as many as 13,515 farmers claimed amounts sanctioned under the insurance scheme. Over the past seven years, Rs 134.54 crore have been sanctioned to cover claims. - See more at: Accident insurance cover for farmers: Rs 134 crore sanctioned in seven years | The Indian Express
karira posted a topic in RTI in Media[h=1]Over 116 Crore sanctioned for NH 61 during 2013-14[/h] DIMAPUR, JANUARY 30 (MExN): A total of Rs 116.685 Crores (11668.5 Lakhs) was sanctioned for various road works carried out along the National Highway 61, during the year 2013-14. This was disclosed by the Chief Engineer for Nagaland PWD (NH), in response to an RTI filed by one ST Yapang Lkr, from Kohima. The amount, as per the Chief Engineer’s response made available to the media, was sanctioned for various road works over 88 kilometers of the NH 61. The works included improvement of riding quality, periodical repairs and road strengthening. The response to the RTI, dated December 15, 2014, further revealed that the amount was sanctioned for 9 separate roadwork projects, of which three have been completed and the rest are ongoing. It further stated that “no separate amount for repairing is sanctioned for the road works enclosed, but the stretches will be maintained till the defect liability is over by the concerned contractor. For the financial year 2014-15, the Chief Engineer informed that the Ministry is yet to sanction works projected as on date. It further clarified that the National Highway connection from Dimapur to Kohima is under the Border Roads Organization. In a statement to the media, the RTI applicant, ST Yapang Lkr questioned whether the road works done are in accordance to the money sanctioned and satisfactory to the people. He further stated that it would be “beneficial for one and all if the Village Council and the Student Bodies check the quality of the works done so far in their respective areas.” Read More: The Morung Express: Nagaland Latest & Breaking News, Northeast & India News - Over 116 Crore sanctioned for NH 61 during 2013-14
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaCHENNAI: Most government hospitals in the city have fewer ventilators than sanctioned or necessary. Several ventilators are unused as they've not been maintained, as per data obtained through an RTI application by TOI. In Government Stanley Medical College Hospital, 22 of the 50 ventilators are not working. In Government General Hospital, 19 ventilators are not working. Government Royapettah Hospital and Government Kasturba Gandhi Hospital have only 13 ventilators each. Government Kilpauk Hospital did not reply to the RTI application. A ventilator is a life-saving equipment that helps a patient breathe. A hospital requires ventilators in its intensive care unit (ICU), intensive cardiac care unit (ICCU), TB ward, neonatal ICU and casualty ward. Chennai's government hospitals get about 150 critically ill patients every day, not just from the city but also from districts. Read more: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/Gasp-Ventilators-conk-off-at-government-hospitals/articleshow/36015815.cms