UPCL distributes Aarogya cards to Mudarangadi villagers

UPCL, in association with Adani Foundation, a CSR wing of Adani Group, issued Adani Aarogya cards to all villagers of Mudarangadi.

According to a press release, the Adani Aarogya card is a Mediclaim/Health Insurance policy taken by Adani Foundation for providing cashless medical facilities to the villagers of Mudarangadi and Yellur. The cards were distributed to the villagers by Adani UPCL Joint President Kishore Alva in the premises of Mudarangadi Grama Panchayat.

Addressing a gathering after distributing the health cards, Alva informed that till date Adani Foundation has covered 12,000 villagers of Mudarnagadi and Yellur and today with the distribution of cards to the remaining 400 members, all the residents of Mudarangadi Grama Panchayat were covered under the insurance policy.

He said that Adani Foundation has paid a total premium of Rs 70 lakh and card holders can avail cashless medical facilities in nearly 65 renowned hospitals in Udupi and Dakshina Kannada districts. Apart from this unique cashless medical service, Adani Foundation is rendering Mobile Health Service by extending free medical services at the doorstep of the villagers, Alva added.

Kishore Alva said that Adani Foundation would soon take up rejuvenation of Mainda lake situated in Santuru village at a total project cost of Rs 1.50 crore, to facilitate the drinking water scheme.

Mudarangadi Grama Panchayat president David D'Souza thanked Adani Group for providing insurance cover to the villagers.

GP Vice President Jayanti Poojarthy, members Sukumar Shetty, Vinoda Poojarti, Shobha Fernandes, Louis Mathias, UPCL AGM Girish Navada and Senior Manager Ravi R Jere among others were present.

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