Indian Army (13 RR) Organises Free Medical Camp in North Kashmir’s Madwan Sonawari Village

Ehsaan Parray

Hajjn’: In an attempt to provide basic health facilities to people residing in rural areas, the 13Rastriya Rifles of Manasbal Batallion of Indian Army conducted a medical camp at Madwan village in Hajin tehsil of Bandipora district on Wednesday .
A large number of locals, children, and elderly alike, visited the camp and consulted the doctors.
Genuine medical requirements of the Awaam were addressed and free medical advice and medicines were provided to the attendees on the occasion.
The team of Army Doctors and Civil Health department provided treatment to all patients hailing from different areas with inadequate medical facilities..
The army doctors on the occasion educated the general public on prevention of various lifestyle diseases.
Dr.Zara MBBS worked tirelessly along with Army doctors providing essential support.
The medical camp witnessed an overwhelming response from locals from nearby villages availed free medical advice and medicines during the camp.He said .
Appreciating the steps taken by the Indian Army to provide basic health facilities in far flung areas, the villagers demanded that more such medical camps should be organised on a regular basis.
A woman Raja Begum who attended the camp said that, We are from a poor village. They have given us good medicines. I am extremely grateful to the army. I also got a check-up done.
Free medicines also have been given. Good doctors have come here to treat the patients. We are grateful to the army for this camp and hoped that such camps would be organized in futures as well .She said
The medical camp has acted as a hub for broad-based interaction, harmony and trust between the army and villagers.Official said .

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