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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The SP Fort Hospital has teamed up with United India Insurance Company to introduce a unique insurance policy to provide accident and trauma care to the loading and unloading employees engaging themselves in the Chalai market.

The Chief Minister, Mr Oommen Chandy, formally launched the scheme at a function here the other day. The SP Fort Hospital will distribute the policies of Rs 5,000 each to 150 beneficiaries free of cost. Any person in the age group of two to 65 years is eligible to be a member under provisions of the scheme.

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