450 patients get free medicines in CRPF medical camp at Pampore

Pampore: Around 450 patients were examined in a day-long free medical camp organised by Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Pampore area of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Monday.
The camp was jointly organised by 110 battalion and 185 battalion Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) under Civil Action Programme at Galander Pampore with an aim to provide quality medical care and free medicines to the poor and needy people of the area.
People gathered in large numbers for the health camp, CRPF officials told Kashmir Reader.
A free medical camp was jointly inaugurated by elderly senior citizens of Galander in the presence of Arun Kumar Bharti Commandant 185 Battalion, Yogesh Purohit, Commandant 110 Battalion and other officers of the 110 Battalion and 185 Battalion CRPF along with other local residents.
The team of CRPF doctors and Dental Specialist from SDH Pampore organised a free medical health check-up for local residents of Galander, Gujjar Basti, Patalbagh, Bujibagh, Chandhara, Kandizal and non-locals who are staying in temporary tents in Galander, CRPF officials told Kashmir Reader.
A female doctor of CRPF was also made available in the camp so that women do not have to face any problems.
Free medicine was distributed among 452 patients including women, children and elders after their check-ups.
Talking to Kashmir Reader Arun Kumar Bharti Commandant 185 Bn CRPF said CRPF continuously makes efforts to connect with the common people. Today, a joint medical camp organised by 110 BN CRPF and 185 Bn CRPF under the Civic Action Programme at Galander Pampore.
People including Women, Children and senior citizens of the area gathered in large numbers for the health camp.
The main objective of CRPF is to provide assistance in the areas where locals cannot avail the facilities.
This Galander area is a remote region where many underprivileged individuals reside. We inform the local residents beforehand about our medical camp and provide free medical health checkups and medicines to those in need when we come here.
During the day-long camp free medical checkup of 452 people was done by a team of doctors and a large quantity of free medicines were distributed among the gathering.
Since its deployment in the region, CRPF is continuously providing help to poor and needy people and has served humanity by organising various activities under Civic Action programmes.
Local people of the areas have expressed their gratitude to 185 and 110 battalion CRPF for organising free medical camp in the area, a local woman told Kashmir Reader. She said that she is very thankful to CRPF for organizing a free medical camp for poor people and providing us with free medicines free of cost, she said, adding that they are economically disadvantaged and cannot afford to purchase medicines because they don’t have enough money to buy them.

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