PULWAMA — In the Hawal village of the Pulwama district in south Kashmir, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) hosted a free medical camp on Saturday as part of its civic action programme.
Health examinations, medication administration, free medical advice, and medical supplies were all offered to people.
The 183 battalion’s commanding officer, RD. Jeany Anal officially opened the medical camp, where physicians provided free medication to patients in addition to consultations.
On the occasion, the Showkat Ahmad Wani, DySP Pulwama also visited the camp and overlooked its functioning.
The CRPF is always prepared to help the local populace in any way possible, according to Commanding Officer RD. Jeany Anal.