PAMPORE: A free medical camp was organised by 110 BN CRPF at Taingan area for the benefit of villagers of Taingan, Shalina areas of Budgam district and Kadlabal and Kandizal area of Pampore in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Monday where in People gathered in large numbers to get their health issues addressed.
The 110 Battalion Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) along with the team of AYUSH department Pulwama organised a free medical health check-up camp and distributed free medicines under the Civic Action Program for Taingan, Shalina, Kadlabal, Kandizal and other nearby villagers in AOR of 110 Bn CRPF at Rakh Taingan.
People including the ladies, Children and senior citizens of the area gathered in large numbers for the health camp and more than 500 people took advantage of the camp, CRPF officials told Kashmir Reader.
The free camp was inaugurated by an Elderly Senior Citizen of Taingan village in presence of Yogesh Purohit, Commandant 110 Battalion, and other officers of the unit including Second-In- Command ,Anoop Kumar Singh, Deputy Commandant Suresh Kumar Yadav and Hemant Kumar, Kashif Faheem AC.
Nearly 500 patients including a large number of women along with their children were examined in the camp and were provided free medicines.
Local people of these areas showed great enthusiasm and also appreciated the efforts and role of Commandant 110 battalion of CRPF and his team for creating a friendly environment in the area and developing good coordination among force and local public through their outreach programs and by organising such medical camps. They showed their happiness in the way 110 Bn is assisting the locals and their positive approach in helping the surrounding localities.