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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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KERALA HEADLINES
‘Collector Bro’ all praise for new education loan repayment scheme  
Delaying Senkumar’s appointment akin to challenging rules of land: Chennithala  
Senkumar appointment delayed: Govt seeks re-examination of SC verdict  
Mani hasn’t made anti-women statements: Kodiyeri  
Minister Mani’s speech: HC asks whether police chief is 'blind'  
Munnar skirmish: Police’s attempt to move striking members to hospital failed  
I welcome party’s action, but cannot change my style: M M Mani  
Skirmishes at Munnar strike pandal shame to democratic Kerala: Oommen Chandy  
Skirmishes at Munnar strike pandal; CPM behind attacks, says Pembillai Orumai  
Double sweet from BSNL: Speed of Unlimited broad band doubled  
Maoist attack: Alert sounded in Kerala  
Malayalam Language Bill: No need for anxiety, says CM  
RSS brothers hacked at Aanavoor  
Adattu Bank: CM orders vigilance probe  
New farmers’ collective to bring Mani to LDF  
Munnar encroachment issue: CPM alleges CPI of double standards  
State unveils education loan repayment scheme  
Advani thanks Mar Thoma Church for opposing Emergency  
Scripting new history in old assembly hall  
Appoint Senkumar as DGP immediately: Law Secretary's report  
Increase in sale of spurious liquor: Excise Minister  
Ordinary people unable to approach police: Speaker  
Action against M M Mani: Only public rebuke  
PT Thomas writes to CM seeking permission for legal action  
Blade mafia head arrested for assaulting couple, daughter  
 
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