Army holds medical camp in Ramban

JAMMU: In consonance with the ongoing efforts to reach out to the local populace, the Army organised a medical camp for people living in the remote Gohra Gali village of Ramban.

Army holds medical camp in Ramban

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Jammu, November 27

In consonance with the ongoing efforts to reach out to the local populace, the Army organised a medical camp for people living in the remote Gohra Gali village of Ramban.

The Army is continuously undertaking various activities to “win hearts and minds” of people residing in far-flung areas of Jammu and Kashmir. In all, 53 people reaped the benefits of the medical camp which reached them at their doorsteps.

The medical patrol team provided medicines and medical advice to residents of the village. The Indian Army Medical Patrol also interacted with locals and discussed the hardships being faced by them. — OC

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