Army or­ga­nizes med­i­cal camp

The Northlines - - HILL DISTRICT - NL COR­RE­SPON­DENT DODA, OCT 12

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.

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