Khawja Gareeb Nawaz Trust holds medical camp
Srinagar, Dec 11: Khawja Gareeb Nawaz Trust organized a medical camp at Ganderbal on Sunday, an official spokesman said.
He said large number of patients attended the camp and they were provided special medical attention and free medicine.
“Specialists and the doctors equipped with sophisticated medical equipments were installed in different rooms helped large number of patients with exclusive medical care and diagnostic by various sophisticated medical equipments,” he said.
Sheikh Ghulam Rasool ex- chief secretary and MLC of the area, Khawja Renzushah, Director Information and Chief Advisor of Khawja Gareeb Nawaz Trust jointly inaugurated the camp and appreciated Afaq Chisti, Chairman of the trust, Shiekh Gayas Din , Principal Boys higher secondary School Ganderbal and President of Ganderbal unit of the Trust.
Peerzada Sahid Jeelani Chairman of Hazrat Madoom trust and Ishfaq Gowhar other dignitaries appreciated specialists doctors the CMO Ganderbal and respectable citizens for practically working on the ground to provide help on the doorsteps of the needy patients. They said the need of the hour that the people should be given better medicare to patients so that they have not to wait long for the treatment of the ailments.
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