Rashtriya Rifles Battalion, under Romeo Force, organised a medical camp in a border village Baisali of Rajouri district, today. The Camp witnessed an attendance of around 135 peoples from the adjoining areas and 55 students of nearest Govt Middle / Primary Schools. Doctors from Military and Civil Health Department attended to the patients and free vaccination and medicines were provided to the patients.
Similarly, the Indian Army at Shyok Axis, Ladhak organized a free Medical and Veterinary Camp in the interior village of Pachathang as part of Sadbhavna initiatives, today. The medical team consisted of two Army doctors and one civil doctor to include one Veterinary doctor who attended to the ill patients and administered free medication and performed minor surgeries. The camp benefitted more than 250 patients including children and old people.
The medical camps got an overwhelming response from the locals of Rajouri and Shyok in Ladhak and they appreciated the efforts of the Indian Army for undertaking such projects that provide medical facilities at their doorsteps. The locals requested the Indian Army to organize more such camps frequently for the welfare of the people in these remote village.