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ARMY ORGANISES MEDICAL PATROL AT VILLAGE CHACHWA AS PART OF MISSION REACH OUT Newsखबर. Dated: 10/9/2019 6:32:42 PM | No. of Hits 123



ARMY ORGANISES MEDICAL PATROL AT VILLAGE CHACHWA AS PART OF MISSION REACH OUT



Udhampur (J&K) : 09 OCT 2019


In consonance with ongoing efforts to educate the locals and provide basic medical health care, the Indian Army organised a ‘Medical Patrol’ for people living in the remote village of Chachwa as part of its Mission Reach-Out initiative.

A total of 23 people of all ages reaped the benefit of the Medical Patrol that reached them at their doorstep. The Medical team provided much needed medicines and medical advice to the residents who normally do not have such a facility. This also presented an opportunity to interact with the locals and discuss the hardships and problems being faced by them.

Such initiatives have vastly helped the Awam to enhance it connect with the Army and bring out the problems being faced by them. This in turn helps the Army to focus on efforts to mitigate local issues at an appropriate level in the shortest possible time. The local populace expressed their gratitude towards the Army and they requested for more such Medical Patrols in the future.

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