CRPF organizes medical camp in Kokernag
Islamabad (Anantnag), Dec 15: A medical camp was organised by the CRPF under civic action program at Kokernag on Saturday.
Inspector General of CRPF, SS Sandhu, was the chief guest of the function. After inaugurating the camp, he said the need of the hour is to win hearts and minds of people through civic action programs.
Commanding Officer, 164th Battalion CRPF, said more such programs will be held in far flung areas of Daksum, Deesu, Sinthan Top, Gadole in near future.
Free medicines worth lakhs of rupees were distributed to the patients who had come from far flung areas. The officers of civil administration assisted the CRPF in organizing the camp.
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