Indian Army Organised Medical Patrol For Gujjar / Bakkarwals at Rajouri

YB WEB DESK. Dated: 3/4/2024 11:35:17 AM

YB NEWS SERVICE Rajouri,Mar 03 Health care infrastructure is poor in remote areas of south of Pir Panjal. It particularly affects the women, who have to rush to nearest medical centres to get proper medical treatment. The nomad community of Gujjar & Bakarwals are mostly affected due to the difficult terrain and weather condition. Indian Army at Pangai, Rajouri district conducted a medical patrol to reach out to the people staying in remote areas to provide awareness regarding various diseases and their symptoms along with proactive measures to stem the tide of the same. Indian Army patrol consisted of army doctors who provided assistance with free health check up and medicines to the needy. A total of 130 (37 Women, 65 Men and 28 Children) were interacted with and were distributed medicines during the medical patrol. A lecture was also organised during this medical patrol to emphasize on the importance of good eating habits, balanced diet plan and maintaining personal hygiene and sanitation to increase happiness quotient amongst the populace in the area. This event evoked great enthusiasm amongst the resident population. This gesture and effort by the Indian Army was highly appreciated by the AWAM.


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