STATE TIMES NEWS
KATHUA: A free medical camp was organised by 121st Battalion of CRPF under the Civic Action Program at Haripur border village of Hiranagar. Free medicines were also distributed to 300 villagers after health check-up. The camp was inaugurated by CRPF Commandant Prahlad Paswan. On this occasion, Second Commanding Officer of the battalion Sanjay Tripathi, Deputy Commandant Manju Thapa, Deputy Commandant Mahesh Kumar Yadav, Deputy Commandant Surinder Pal, Assistant Commandant Ajit Pal Singh, DDC member Karan Kumar, local Sarpanch Ravi Sharma, Border Association President Ashok Kumar Sharma we are present.
Speaking on the occasion, CRPF Commandant Prahlad Paswan said that the resolve taken by the government to provide every better health services to the people of rural areas across India, CRPF is trying to make it successful at its level. For a long time, CRPF has been engaged in providing every better health service to the people of rural areas by organizing such free medical camps at the village level.
Dr. Nidhi Andotra (BAMS), Dr. Supriya Sharma (BAMS) and Dr. S L Fotra (GDMO) of CRPF played a special role in the team of doctors.