Bad News for the Outsider of Delhi

Voter ID, driver’s license among papers needed for care at hospitals in Delhi.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal declared on Sunday that beds would be reserved for ‘citizens of Delhi’ in the city hospitals, including private ones, except for specific surgeries.

On Sunday night, the Delhi government issued a list of documents that would allow a person to be treated in either a state-run or private hospital, except for those providing specialized surgery.

Documents are — voter ID; bank or postal passbook, ration card, passport, driver’s license, income tax return; the latest water, telephone or electricity bill issued to the patient or close relative, such as parents or spouse; proof of posts received at the address with the patient’s name; Aadhaar card issued prior to June 7; and any such document issued in the name any of the parents said the order, if the patient is a minor.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal declared on Sunday that beds would be reserved for ‘citizens of Delhi’ in the city hospitals, including private ones, except for specific surgeries.

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