Goldmedal Electricals launches Suraksha Scheme for Electricians
Mumbai, January 13th (UNI) Goldmedal Electricals, a leading domestic fast-moving electrical appliance company (FMEG), has officially launched the Goldmedal Suraksha system, a life and health insurance scheme for its stakeholders including dealers, retailers and electricians. While the economy is gradually recovering, Goldmedal launched this program to keep the electrical industry going and to help those recovering from the aftermath of the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated independent businesses and the self-employed financially. Goldmedal recognized the fact that many of its dealerships and much of its retailers and electricians were affected by the early lockdowns and the subsequent slowdowns. With the aim of helping them through such dire times, the company announced the first Suraksha program of its kind.
Commenting on the launch of the Goldmedal Suraksha program, Kishan Jain, Director of Goldmedal Electricals, said: “Goldmedal has grown into an India-wide brand with the help of our trusted distributors, retailers and electricians. The pandemic caused massive disruption. We are excited to start this one.” Program and look forward to providing compensation to our business allies through the Gold Medal Suraksha. They will be able to care for themselves and their families and treat all health issues seamlessly and without hassle. “
The health and life insurance scheme announced by Goldmedal Electricals is the first of its kind in the industry and has been made available across India to all dealers, retailers and electricians connected to Goldmedal through the Dhan Barse app and meeting some basic criteria. The life and health insurance system provides total coverage of Rs 5 lakhs.
This provides a cover up to a maximum of Rs. 2 lakh for hospitalization and treatment of all health problems, including those caused by COVID-19. Life insurance coverage is Rs. 3 lakh for death caused by COVID-19.
The program was launched after Diwali and has received positive feedback in many parts of the country. Affected users can contact the insurance company directly to apply for compensation if all the details of the system are available in the Dhan Barse app itself. To date, over 7,000 people have taken advantage of this program.
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