STATE TIMES NEWS VIJAYPUR: Police Technical Training Institute (PTTI) Vijaypur in association with Rotary Club Jammu Trikuta organised a free medical camp in its premises with the motive to provide free medical consultations to staff of PTTI Vijaypur, senior citizens/local people, School Children of GMS Thalori, GMS Budwal and GPS Udh Mandi and their staff. A team of senior doctors including Dr Ram Gupta, Dr Rajinder Charak, Dr Ramesh Khajuria, Dr Varun Mahajan examined large number of persons including senior citizens. Lab Technicians of Rotary Club also conducted pathological tests which included blood sugar and Hb. Subsequently, Dr. Ram Gupta, Organising Secretary, Rotary Club Jammu Trikuta, delivered an impressive lecture to the staff and school children on “Healthy Life style and menace of Drugs”. He also discussed issues related to sedentary life style being adopted by younger generation. Ashok Kumar, SSP, Principal PTTI Vijaypur told that such medical camps are beneficial for making healthy India. He also stressed on the younger generations to keep themselves away from drugs and adopt a healthy life style as briefed by the doctors. Inspr. Manoj Kumar Bali compared the programme. Dr. Anamika Khajuria, Radha Mahajan, Tarundeep Singh, Sushma Gupta, Adeed Mehta of Rotary Club Jammu Trikuta, Inspector (Pros.) Hemanshu Sunil Mahajan, Inspr. Charanjeet Singh (RI), Inspr. (T) Neeraj Kumar, Inspr. Ashok Kumar, Inspr. Sanjay Raina, SI Ajit Kumar (CDI) were present.
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