Around ₹4,000 cr paid for death claims under PMJJBY in FY21: RTI reply
According to the RTI's response, in the last fiscal year when COVID19 left its death trails, Pradhan Mantri Jivan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY) submitted more than 2,000 death sentences and paid approximately 4.7 billion rupees. The PMJJBY death claim information provided by the Financial Services Department to the RTI activist of Nimuh Chandrasekhar Gauru did not mention the cause of death. 654,987 According to the response, 4,698.10 rupees were paid and the youngest prosecutor sentenced 2,34,905 people to death per PMJJBY, Gaur said. According to PMJJBY data, as many as 2.50 351 people were sentenced to death, of which 13,100 were dismissed in 2020. The remaining 2,346 claims are currently under review. 654,987 According to PMJJBY data, according to PMJJBY20 data, the death penalty of 3,563.78 rupees was resolved in 1.78,189 cases in 2019; 2,704.24 crore out of 1,352,12 cases in 201819. According to data from the Federal Ministry of Health from 8 am. Since Sunday, 3.02.33.183 have tested positive for the coronavirus, of which 3.95.751 have died. According to PMJJBY, people with a bank account between the ages of 18 and 50 can obtain insurance by paying an annual premium of 330 rupees.