Free medical camp organised at Batamaloo
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, Oct 16: A free medical camp was today organised by Khidmat Khalaq Foundation run by the shrine committee of Hazrat Sheikh Dawood (RA) popularly known as Batmaloo Sahib (RA) at Firdousabad Batamaloo in the City .
The camp which started at 10:30 AM witnessed huge rush as around 3000 patients were treated.
The camp was inaugurated by District Development Commissioner Srinagar, Meraj Ahmad Kakroo in presence of Secretary Registrar Red Cross Kashmir, Abdul Jabar Chakat (KAS Rtd.), General Secretary EJAC, Muntazir Mohi-ud-Din, Chairman Khidmat Khalaq Foundation, Peer Jalai-ud-Din and others.
“The patients, including women and children, were also provided free of cost medicines in the camp. The patients were treated for common ailments like respiratory infection. Their eyes, ear, nose, throat and dental check-up was also performed,” the organizers said.
The team of doctors included Dr Naheed Amin, Dr Suhaila Sheikh, Dr Rubeena Mufti, Dr Kaneez Fatima, Dr Najma, Dr Shabir, Dr Rayees , Dr Asim Shameem Zaz, Dr Chamar Singh, Dr Suhail Khanday and Dr Asmat Khanday.
The nursing staff who supported the camp included Tasleema, Abdul Rashid, Abdul Hamid, Feroz Ahmad Wani and Feroz Ahmad Khan.
Chairman Khidmat Khalaq Foundation, Peer Jalai-ud-Din thanked the Chitranjan Mobile Teaching– Cum–Service Hospital and Government Dispensary Firdousabad Batamallo.
Pertinently, the camp is held annually by the foundation and scores of patients get benefited. The foundation also provides some monthly assistance to few poor families and education facility to some orphans.
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