Indian Army organises medical camp in J-K

Rajouri, Feb. 1 (ANI): The Indian Army organised a day-long medical camp providing free health check-up and remedial treatment at Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district.

The people turned up in large numbers at the camp yesterday to avail the services offered by the specialised doctors of the army.

“This medical camp is being organised under 25th infantry division in association with 150 general hospitals. In this camp, we are providing all the facilities, including medical specialists, surgical specialists, eye specialists, ENT (ear-nose-throat) specialists and dental surgeons. All the medicines will be provided free of cost,” said Purendu Kumar, an army official.

Meer Hussain, the headman of Sranoo village, said the locals appreciated this initiative.

“The people here are very happy that a medical camp has been organised by the army doctors and their brigadier. The people here face different kinds of health issues and today the doctors checked all of it. People are offering their blessings to them,” said Hussain.

The Indian army regularly takes such initiatives as part of its endeavour to win the hearts and minds of the people in the militancy-infested valley. (ANI)

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