Srinagar: A day-long free medical camp was organised for needy civilians by 49 Bn CRPF at Badampora, Ganderbal on 31 August.
The 5-member medical teams of 49 Bn including two doctors, one pharmacist and two nursing assistants wholeheartedly carried out examinations of ladies, gents and children and provided them with free medicines.
340 patients from different parts of Badampora and surrounding villages benefited by this free medical camp. Doctors advised them various medicines and free consultations during the camp. “Today being Rakshabandhan, school girls and sisters tied raksha sutra to our jawan and prayed for their health and safety.”
To boost up the morale of youth present there, Jaidev Kesri, DIG CRPF North, presented a cricket bat and ball gesture to cricket players.
“Today Amarnath Yatra 2023 is culminating in a very peaceful and successful manner which has been possible due to the kind support and contribution of Kashmiris.”
The free medical camp was successfully organised in the district Ganderbal for the second time by 49 Bn. It was inaugurated under the aegis of Jaidev Kesri, DIG North CRPF, Raj Kumar Nigam CO 49 Bn and his team of officers.