The of Orissa, Karnataka and Maharashtra sates”,

The report of World Bank seeks to highlights that the privatisation of health care reduces the burden of government but increases the burden of poor. Government shifted their burden on the poor class (World Development Report 1993). Other research on “Privatization of Health Care in India: A Comparative Analysis of Orissa, Karnataka and Maharashtra sates”, resulted the change in the private and public health care industry which help us to draw out the problem suffered by poor class in acquiring the services on so high cost (Basu. R, 2003). The public sector provides limited services and charity encourages inefficiency and dependency, and points out that privatisation encourages unhealthy competition among hospitals to earn more (Jindal, S, 1998). By comparing his argument with the current scenario of medical tourism and the competition among the multispecialty hospitals of Delhi shows the urge of earning profit and attracting more riches from the other country rather than providing facility for the poor and disadvantaged group. The present researcher tries to articulate the whole situation of privatisation on poor health in Delhi.Moving to the Government agenda on privatization, One researcher illustrates that the direct provision of services by the government transfers to such indirect ways as policy making, regulation, coordination and contracting and giving new dimension to the privatization and argues that the government is not fit for the new public management which gives insight to the inability of government to perform well for the poor in health industry (Bennett,S and Murlidharan, V, 2000). The inability of the public health sector has forced poor and deprived sections of the population to seek health services from the private sector. The research evidence indicates that the private sector provides a large volume of health services but with little or no regulation in many parts of India. The inefficiency and inequity in the health system were addressed by many health reforms in which one is through Public/Private Partnership (PPP) to reach the poor and underserved sections of the population (Raman, A and Bj√∂rkman, J). The present researcher fill the gap of the above studies by exploring the actual condition of Delhi after privatization of health sector for the poor