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Indian Army Conducts Medical Camp at Chhowa Panchayat Benefitting Bakarwal and Gujjar Communities
 
Chhowa -Jammu February 16(PIB)
In a remarkable display of community service, the Indian Army organized a comprehensive medical camp at Chhowa Panchayat, targeting the Bakarwal and Gujjar communities. The event witnessed an overwhelming turnout with approximately 150 civilians, including esteemed personalities such as Sarpanch Mumtaj, local politician Mohd Yusuf, and 20 children from the Ranjan Madarasa. The medical camp, held under the auspices of the Indian Army, aimed to address the healthcare needs of these marginalized communities, providing them with access to essential medical services and consultations. From general check-ups to specialized care, the camp offered a wide array of services tailored to meet the diverse healthcare requirements of the attendees. Sarpanch Mumtaj lauded the efforts of the Indian Army, emphasizing the significance of such initiatives in bridging healthcare disparities and fostering community well-being. Local politician Mohd Yusuf echoed similar sentiments, highlighting the collaborative spirit exhibited by all stakeholders involved in organizing the camp. Furthermore, the presence of 20 children from the Ranjan Madarasa underscored the inclusive nature of the event, ensuring that even the younger members of the community received necessary medical attention and guidance. The Indian Army remains committed to serving the nation and its people, extending its outreach beyond conventional duties to address the holistic needs of communities across the country. Through initiatives like the medical camp at Chhowa Panchayat, the Indian Army continues to uphold its ethos of selfless service and solidarity with the citizens of India.
 
 
 
 
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