Army conducts Medical and Dental camp under operation sadbhavana at Patro village

Srinagar, May 7: As part of operation Sadbavana and continuous efforts to reach out to all sections of the society, Indian Army organised a Medical and Dental camp in Patro village. The camp was inaugurated by the proud parents of Sepoy Amjad who is a first generation solider from Patro village. The camp was widely advertised to locals through notices and announcements. Three Army Doctors including one dentist attended to more than a hundred people.

The purpose of the camp was to provide basic medical and dental consultation with free medicines to the needy in the remote village. A class was also conducted on ”Nutrition Deficiency in Children and Women”. People were also educated about precautions against COVID-19.

A total of 130 people including 50 children 21 women and 59 men were attended to benefit from the camp. The medical camp has been a very successful outreach program to provide necessary medical assistance in remote area. The locals appreciated the efforts of Indian Army and were grateful for its contribution in making Kashmir healthy and prosperous.

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