Imphal Aug 14,
Units of 26 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of IGAR (South) organized medical camps at various locations of Chandel district in Manipur on yesterday.
Moltuk Battalion conducted a medical camp at Moltuk, Khuntak and Pralon villages, which are one of the most remote areas of Manipur state. Such initiative by Moltuk Battalion not only enabled patients to be treated close to their home but also helped in increasing awareness about cleanliness, hygiene and healthy living. The medical camp was organised to provide the locals medical attention at their doorsteps and it witnessed huge participation. A total of 32 men, 48 women and 121 children were provided medical check-up and medicines by the Regimental Medical Officer. Such efforts have always been lauded and appreciated by the civilians each time.
Chandel Battalion organised a free medical camp for the children of ‘Little Drops Life’ Orphanage Home, Hnatham, Chandel district. The Battalion has regularly conducting such camps for the underprivileged children as part of the society to foster the sense of amalgamation between the security forces and local populace. A thorough check up was given by Regimental Medical Officer and Medical staffs of the Chandel Battalion to 26 girls, 28 boys and 06 staffs of the Orphanage. Such relentless efforts of Assam Rifles has increased the bonhomie between security forces and local populace and has resulted in strengthening of relation between locals and the security forces.
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