STATE TIMES NEWS AKHNOOR: A civic action programme was organised by 92 Bn BSF at Govt Boys Middle School Pargwal. Amit Kumar Tyagi, Offg DIG, SHQ Sunderbani inaugurated the programme in the presence of Jaswinder Kumar Birdi Commandant 92 Bn BSF, Neel Birdi BWWA President 92 Bn BSF, Officers, Sub-ordinate officers, Jawans and their families. A free medical camp was organised on the international drug abuse and illicit trafficking day. Besides the medical camp, a cultural programme and final match of the vollyball tournament were also held. A huge number of Villagers residing in Pargwal, Pagwari, Rajpura and adjoining villages attended the programmes. A total of 312 civil patients were attended by the doctors and free medicines were also distributed to needy ones. The aim of the civic action programme was to reach out to the border populace and promote better understanding and co-operation between the civil population residing in border areas and the BSF. The Sarpanch and the villagers appreciated the programme and requested for frequent conduct of such programme.
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