STATE TIMES NEWSSAMBA: A free medical camp was organised by CRPF’s Composite Hospital Bantalab Jammu in Surara village of sub-district Ghagwal. After conducting health check-up of 300 people, free medicines were also distributed to them. The camp was inaugurated by Sarpanch Madhu Bala, Surgeon Dr R T Kotwal. On the occasion, Physician Dr. Anoop Willsam, lady Dr. Pooja, Darshan Sharma, Panch Omkar Sharma, CRPF personnel etc. were mainly present.During the camp, Dr. RT Kotwal made people aware about improving their health and said that the government is providing every better health services to the people of rural areas all over India. The CRPF is trying to make it successful at its level, which has been resolved to provide it. 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. In the medical camp, the doctors also made the villagers aware about how to improve their diet and stay away from drugs. He said that many diseases can be avoided if people are careful about their diet. And due to corona pandemic, please keep mask and social distance and stay safe at home.
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