Army organizes medical camp
Army organised a medical camp under Sadhbhavana initiative at Govt Higher Secondary School Jangalwar of Thatri in Doda District, today as part of Army's continued endeavour towards imparting health care of locals in remote areas of Jammu & Kashmir and in the process augmenting civil administrative health infrastructure. The camp was attended by more than 257 children, 583 ladies and 647 adults, who were provided with free medical care alongwith preliminary investigation and medicines for the commonly occurring ailments. The camp could only be made possible through active support of civil administration officials, notably SDM Thatri. The local populace was grateful to receive the medical facilities and medicines during the camp and expressed their desire for such camps to be organised in future as well. A team of doctors from Army and Govt hospital attended the patients requiring medical care. The sarpanch's of nearby areas as well as the villagers lauded the Army for working towards the ultimate goal of bringing peace, harmony and development in the region.