The National Mental Health Policy of India was released in 2014 by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The policy has recognized certain principles such as integrated care, equality, evidence based care and participatory and rights based approach to mental health.
Some of its goal are to provide universal access to mental healthcare in the country, decrease premature deaths due to mental illness, to increase access to mental healthcare for vulnerable groups such as homeless persons, to reduce suicide, etc. It recognizes the need for adequate funding, support for families and access to institutional care, among other things. Please see here for more details.