As a goodwill gesture and in continuance of its commitment to work for welfare of public, the Indian Army organised a medical camp for locals at Thatri to commemorate International Women’s Day. The aim of this camp was to deliver basic medical services at the doorsteps of the medically less privileged clientele residing in remote and far-flung villages of the region and to raise awareness amongst women about the diseases that are more common in women than in men.
The camp was attended by a large No of Male, Female, Children, Veer Naris and Ex Service Men who were provided with free medical care along with preliminary investigation and medicines for the commonly occurring ailments and various health and hygiene issues of women and stressed on the importance of regular medical checkups, proper diet to remain fit. A team of doctors from the Indian Army and Civil Administration comprising Indian Army Medical Officer & Gyanecologist attended the patients requiring medical care. The local populace especially women of the region appreciated this endeavour of Armed Forces to address their genuine requirements and aspirations. The Indian Army also reaffirmed its commitment towards fostering peace and empowering women of the region.