STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: The Indian Army is continuously undertaking various activities for benefit of the local populace of far flung areas of J&K. In consonance with the ongoing efforts for benefit of local populace, Army organised a ‘Medical Patrol’ for local populace living in remote area of village Janwari. A total of 43 people of all ages reaped the benefits of this Medical Patrol which reached them at their doorsteps. The medical patrol team provided much needed medicines and medical advice for the harsh and changing weather to the residents of the village. The Army Medical Patrol also presented an opportunity to interact with the locals and discuss the hardships and problems being faced by them. Such initiatives has definitely helped the Army to further strengthen its connect with people and also gauge the problems being faced by the local population. This will in-turn help the army to make all efforts to mitigate them at appropriate level in the shortest possible timeframe, to ensure sustained progress in the region. The local populace expressed their gratitude towards the Army.
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