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Army organises medical cum veterinary camp in J K villages

A Medical cum Veterinary Camp was organised at Khangral village as part of Operation Sadbhavna under the aegis of Tiger Hill Brigade
Army organises medical cum veterinary camp in J K villages

To ameliorate the medical and health issues of villagers of Jammu & Kashmir, Army keeps on organising medical and health camps. local populace residing in villa

Tiger Hill Brigade organised a medical cum veterinary camp. The veterinary camp attended to medical check-up of 40 animals by the team of Army Veterinary Doctors and 115 OPD patients by the Army Doctors.

“The efforts put in by the Army were appreciated by the locals. The medical cum veterinary camp gave them an opportunity to be able to tend to their ailing family members as well as domesticated animals,” SD Goswami, Army spokesperson said..

The event saw participation from nearby villages which included villagers from Khangral, Chiktan and Budhkharbu villages. The Army medical and veterinary teams from Achinathang (Batallik) and Kargil attended to the patients and also gave them medicines free of cost.

In an endeavor to ameliorate the medical and health issues of local populace residing in the far flung areas of the Gulabgarh region, the Rashtriya Rifles battalion at Bagga under the aegis of Rashtriya Rifles Uniform Force Headquarters, Reasi also organised a medical camp for the residents of village Gulgul on the fringes of the Pir Panjal ranges recently.

A total of 475 people including women and children from Gulgul and far flung areas of the Pir Panjal range turned up for the medical camp. A team of doctors and nursing assistants from the Army and civil administration extended medical assistance. Free medicines were distributed to the patients.

A lecture on health awareness issues was also presented by the Medical officer to create awareness among the locals about water borne diseases and precautions to be observed.

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