State Times NewsNOWSHERA: A Medical checkup camp was organized by Indian Army for Veer Naris at Naushera in District Rajouri (J&K). The aim was to provide health care to the Veer Naris belonging from remote areas of Naushera which lack basic medical facilities.The Veer Naris conveyed their sincere thanks and gratitude for this noble gesture.Meanwhile army also organised a medical camp for the locals at remote Patnazi region in District Kishtwar (J&K). During the camp, COVID-19 kits comprising of face mask, hand sanitiser, liquid soap and other preventive items were distributed to the locals. Over 342 people turned up from adjoining areas and availed this facility.
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