Army organises Medical Camp at Bani


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KATHUA, Sept 13:  The Indian Army under Rising Star Corps organised a Medical Camp at Bani village, in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir. During the Medical Camp, genuine medical requirements of the people were addressed. Free medical advice and medicines were provided to the attendees from remote villages.

Army doctors and nursing assistants provided treatment to all patients hailing from far flung area with adequate medical facilities. A civil doctor (General Physician) and civil nurses were also present on the occasion.

           The medical camp witnessed an overwhelming response from locals and around 350 x males, 450 x females & 200 x children from surrounding villages availed the benefit. The villagers appreciated the effort of the Indian Army for their selfless endeavor in uplifting the health of the populace. Acknowledging the noble step, taken by the Indian Army, the villagers demanded that such medical camps should be organised in the village on regular basis.


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