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IRDA / Now insured will be able to choose third party administrator, circular issued

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Utility desk. The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDA) has given the flexibility to choose a Third Party Administrator (TPA), giving relief to the insured. After this change, if you buy insurance policy or renew it now, then you will be able to choose a third party administrator (TPA) according to you. IRDA has issued a circular on Tuesday saying that the insured can choose the TPA of his choice regarding health services, with which the insurance company has a service level agreement. However, the policyholder has to choose TPA from the TPA provided by the insurance company.

What is circular?

While selling the policy, the insurance company will provide the customer with a list of all the TPAs ​​he has, from which he will choose the TPA of his choice. If the insurance company terminates the TPA service, it will provide a list of all the TPAs ​​it holds to the insured, out of which the insured will choose the TPA of his choice. Even at the time of renewal of the policy, the insured will have the right to choose the TPA of his choice.

What is third party administrator?

The third party administrator acts as an intermediary between the insurer and the person taking the insurance. Its main function is to assist in the claim and settlement process. The TPA issues a card to the person taking insurance, which can be treated as cashless treatment in a hospital only by showing it. At the time of making a claim, the person taking the insurance informs the TPS first. He is then asked to go to the concerned hospital. It is the hospital of the insurance company’s network. Apart from this, if the customer gets treatment in another hospital, then he can get the cost through reimbursement.

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Suicide by strangulation of ST carrier due to economic hardship; Pusad Reservoir…

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Yavatmal: A driver committed suicide by hanging himself in the toilet of ST Depot in Pusad. Ashok Pundalikrao Doiphode (51) Ra. The name of the deceased is Parvatinagar, Pusad. The incident came to light on Thursday night.

Ashok Doiphode, who works as a transporter at the Pusad depot, has been in financial straits for the past few days. It was discovered that he committed suicide by hanging due to depression in financial difficulties. ST workers have been on strike for the last five or six months. As a result, he was discouraged from going to work due to financial difficulties, his colleagues said. He is survived by his wife, two sons and a daughter. Pusad city police sent the body to the sub-district hospital for autopsy.

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lawyers boycott work in amravati demand action against police…

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Amravati: The District Defenders Association has gone on indefinite strike to protest against the beating of a lawyer by Gadgenegar police on trumped up charges. The strike will continue until action is taken against Inspector Asaram Chormale. Members have taken action.

Court proceedings were affected by the closing of the lawyers on Thursday. President of the Association of Defenders of the District Adv. Shoaib Khan along with other officers and members met with Police Commissioner Dr. Aarti Singh submitted a statement demanding action against the guilty officer. As long as no action is taken against Police Inspector Asaram Chormale, the indefinite strike of the District Defenders Association will continue. Between 500 and 600 lawyers have joined the strike, which has had a great impact on work, with no case being heard in court today. Adv. Gadgenegar police filed bogus charges against Ankush Tagade. They were severely beaten. He was handcuffed and put on trial after being treated as a notorious defendant. All of this is unfair. Adv. “We want the charges against Tagade to be dropped and action to be taken against Inspector Chormale,” said Shoaib Khan, president of the Bar Association. If no action is taken, there will be a Maharashtra-wide strike, he added.

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Chandrakant Patil says: “…then the state BJP will win the third seat in the Rajya Sabha.

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State BJP Chairman Chandrakant Patil, while speaking to reporters at the state office in Mumbai on Thursday, expressed confidence that the state BJP will compete and win the third seat in the Rajya Sabha if the central leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party gives the order.

“Considering the strength of the BJP in the Assembly, two party candidates are easily elected in the Rajya Sabha elections. Other than that, BJP can win the third seat thanks to the additional votes. As the party’s central leadership is making a decision regarding this election, further action will be taken as per your instructions,” Patil clarified. Patil made this statement when questioned by a reporter about the fact that a Shiv Sena candidate may be elected in the Rajya Sabha elections and another candidate is running. for the sixth seat.

“It is a question of what Shiv Sena should do in this election. However, it should be noted that in Rajya Sabha elections, due to the priority voting system, sometimes the original candidate loses in an attempt to contest two candidates. Patil said.

Asked about the ED raid on the residence of Shiv Sena leader and Transport Minister Anil Parab, Patil said: “The Central Investigation Agency is working independently within the framework of the Constitution. We are not going to comment. about that,” she replied.

Seeing that no action was being taken against then Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, Jayashree Patil went to the High Court. It should not be forgotten that based on his request, the High Court ordered an investigation of the CBI and action was taken. The court door is open to all. If Shiv Sena feels bad about the action taken by the central authorities, they should seek redress in court,” said Chandrakant Patil.

“We spoke in a rural way about NCP MP Supriya Sule, expressing her outrage that the OBC government is not taking back the OBC’s political reserve by completing the triple test. The OBCs who expressed this sattvic anger out of love for society were happy about it. There’s no point in disrespecting Supriya Sule or any woman. We shouldn’t make a fuss about the opinion we’ve expressed,” Chandrakant Patil said while speaking about the criticisms made of yesterday’s statement.

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