Yeshasvini CEO lodges complaint about fraudsters promising health insurance

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BENGALURU: The CEO of Yeshasvini Trust has filed a complaint against a private organisation for cheating people by promising health insurance in the city.

The state government had instructed hospitals to give treatment to people who have the Yeshasvini card and are registered under the Yeshasvini Health Insurance Scheme. The distribution of the Yeshasvini Health Card was done through the Yeshasvi Trust and the government has not allowed any other organisation to distribute it. But Wisdom Pearl Foundation, a private organsiation, is allegedly people by making false promises of health insurance.

The Wisdom Pearl Foundation was using the name and logo of the government and was said to be distributing posters and cards at Idgah Maidan near Jayanagar. The complaint stated that because officials are not permitted inside the mosque, it is difficult to inspect the private organisation’s fraud.

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