In Srinagar, the 49 Bn CRPF sponsored a free medical clinic for needy citizens on August 31 in Badampora, Ganderbal.
The five-person medical teams of 49 Bn, which included two physicians, a chemist and two nursing assistants, gave free medical care and exams to adults, children and everyone in between.
This free medical camp helped 340 people from various areas of Badampora and nearby communities. Throughout the camp, doctors gave them free consultations and advice on different medications. Rakshabandhan being today, sisters and schoolgirls tied raksha sutra on our jawan and prayed for their wellbeing.
Jaidev Kesri, DIG CRPF North, offered a cricket bat and ball gesture to cricket players in order to lift the spirits of the kids in attendance.
“Today, Amarnath Yatra 2023 is coming to a peaceful and successful conclusion, made possible by Kashmiris’ generous support and contributions.”
For the second time, 49 Bn’s free medical camp was successfully held in the Ganderbal area. Jaidev Kesri, DIG North CRPF, Raj Kumar Nigam, CO 49 Bn, and his group of officials witnessed its inauguration.