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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Finance Minister Thomas Isaac has said the government will not stop nine benevolent fund schemes including Karunya and Sukrutham. “The poor will be given treatment in government hospitals even if they don’t have money,” he said.  

The minister was responding to news reports that the government was planning to stop several benevolent fund scheme that had been a relief to many a commoner.

Under Karunya scheme, people get financial help for diseases like cancer, heart ailments, brain/ liver surgeries, kidney diseases (dialysis), further treatments, peritoneal dialysis, haemophilia (Rs three lakh for each patient) and ailments related to back bone, spinal chord and lungs. 

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Recommendation for doubling salary of State ministers  
Court denies permission to open Muslim League MP’s theatre  
Lokayukta orders arrest of Thrissur Collector  
Child Rights Commission: Opposition leader against health minister  
Pak cyber-attack against State govt  
Govt goes for appeal in HC against anti-Shailaja remarks  
Medical bribery: Kummanam declines receiving report  
Assembly passes resolution to exempt farmland and house of farmers from jepthi  
Probe needed against MLA and minister: Chennithala writes to CM  
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Opposition MLAs begin indefinite strike at Assembly gates  
Women born into proper family will not talk about women equality: P C George  
Pvt medical admissions: SC extends second-phase counselling to Aug 31  
Varapuzha rape case: Two including Shobha John convicted  
Pvt medical admission: Govt complicated what could’ve been easily solved, says HC  
I will give away all my property if encroachment allegation can be proved: Thomas Chandy  
Child Rights Commission: CM defends Health Minister  
No more petrol in plastic bottles from pumps  
Police tries to nab bomb attack accused, gets stabbed  
Death threat to Rahul Eswar who visited Mahdani  
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