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R S PURA: The 36 Battalion of Border Security Force (BSF) organised a Medical camp at Octroi border post wherein besides providing medical check-up and free medicines, blankets were distributed among poor and needy women.Commandant of Unit Ajay Suryavanshi was the Chief Guest on the occasion while a number of BSF officers and civil personalities were also present during the camp, which was specifically held for border villagers. A number of patients with different ailments were examined by Dr Ashok Kumar and Dr Priyanka Bharti and local Health Department Eye-Specialist Dr Meenakshi. Medicines were provided to needy free of cost.Commandant Ajay Suryavnshi, in his address, said that BSF is always available for welfare of border villagers and would continue such initiatives in future as well.
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