PAMPORE: A free medical camp was organised by 185 battalion Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)at Satpukhran and Zantrag areas of Pampore in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
A large number of people gathered to the health camp organised by 185 battalion CRPF. In the camp, villagers were given health checkups, administered medicines, provided medical guidance and medical kits free of cost, officials told Kashmir Reader on Thursday.
The camp was inaugurated jointly by Arun Kumar Commandant 185 and a local elder women in presence of medical officer 185 battalion CRPF Dr Vineet Tejiyan , Dr Ashif Rashid, other senior officers of the CRPF and prominent villagers of the area.
The CRPF organized a free medical health checkup and distributed free medicines to the people under civic action programme in village Satpukhran and Zantrag Khrew.
A large number of people from the Satpukhran and Zantrag villages gathered and approximate 350 people got free medical checkup and medicines by taking advantage of free free medical camp organised by185 CRPF, CRPF officer told Kashmir Reader.
On the occasion Commandant Arun Bharat said that the CRPF committed to serve for the poor villagers of the region and provided all possible help to needly people. The aim for such programme conducted by the CRPF is to provide physical care to the poor and needy so that they may not face any hardship.
The local people of the areas were happy and appreciated the work done by 185 CRPF.