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Assam Rifles Takes Healthcare To Remotest Corners Of Manipur

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IGAR (South)
Imphal Aug 27,
Moltuk being one of the remotest corner of the state is devoid of basic healthcare amenities for the locals. This has resulted in prevalence of serious health ailments at a large scale most of which go unnoticed and unattended.       
Moltuk Battalion has been tirelessly striving to fill this void and provide basic medical attention as well as consultation to the local people. Taking a step in this direction, Moltuk Battalion of 26 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of IGAR (South) organised a medical counselling and health check-up camp at Khengjoi village, Chandel District on 26 August 2019.     
The campaign included making locals aware to about the major health and sanitation issues and measures to lead a healthy lifestyle. The campaign, led by the Regimental Medical Officer of the Battalion, witnessed huge participation of the local population who seemed eager and willing to adopt measures and habits to lead a healthy lifestyle.
A total of 26 men, 58 women and 35 children benefitted from this initiative. The continuous and relentless efforts of the Moltuk Battalion towards the welfare of the locals have been greatly appreciated by villagers and has greatly improved the level of interaction between the Security Force and villagers.   

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