New Information has been given by the Central Government of India that now cashless treatment will be given to the road accident. To do this, a program has also been started by the Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MORTH). Let us know From which city and when has Cashless treatment in road accidents program been started by the Central Government of India?


Road accidents in India
Cashless treatment in road accidents in India

How to get benefit of Cashless treatment in road accidents?

According to the Cashless treatment pilot program, a injured person in a road accident will be able to get cashless treatment within seven days after the accident. Along with this, it will be given in case of an accident due to any type of road or vehicle. Claims made by releated hospitals for providing treatment will be reimbursed from the Motor Vehicle Accident Fund. Victims will be entitled to cashless treatment up to a maximum of Rs 1.5 lakh.

Cashless treatment limit in road accidents:

According to latest information, Central Government of India will provide maximum Rs 1.5 laks value treatment.

Road accidents in India:

Road accidents in India are unfortunately quite common and have been a significant issue for many years. Several factors contribute to the high rate of accidents, including inadequate infrastructure, poorly maintained roads, lack of adherence to traffic rules, speeding, drunk driving, and insufficient enforcement of laws.

According to data from the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, India has consistently ranked among the countries with the highest number of road traffic fatalities globally. The statistics vary from year to year, but generally, tens of thousands of people lose their lives in road accidents annually, and hundreds of thousands suffer injuries.

Efforts to address this issue have included initiatives to improve road infrastructure, enhance traffic management systems, enforce stricter penalties for traffic violations, promote road safety awareness campaigns, and implement measures to curb drunk driving.

Despite these efforts, the challenge remains significant, and concerted efforts from government agencies, law enforcement, civil society organizations, and the general public are necessary to reduce the toll of road accidents and make Indian roads safer for everyone.