Indian Army Organised Medical & Veterinary Camp at Gahan Bowl & Keshwan Bowl, Kishtwar
As a goodwill gesture and in continuance of its commitment to work for welfare of general public, the Indian Army organised a Medical & Veterinary Camp for inhabitants and livestocks at Gahan Bowl & Keshwan Bowl. The aim of this camp was to deliver basic medical services at the door steps of the medically less privileged clientele residing in remote and far flung villages & provide veterinary support for animals and medical facilities for migrating gujjars which are not available thereby depriving them of the required basic medical facilities for themselves and their livestock. During the camp, Veterinary doctors and a team of doctors from the Indian Army and Civil comprising Medical Specialists & Dentist attended the patients requiring medical care and actively participated in the event. A total of 185 Male, 233 Female, 48 children from Gahan Bowl & 201 Male, 142 Female, 18 Children from Keshwan Bowl were provided with free medical care along with preliminary investigation and medicines for the commonly occurring ailments. On the other hand 143 livestocks from Gahan Bowl & 317 livestocks from Keshwan Bowl including sheeps, goats, cows and horses which were treated and also provided with free medicines during the camp.The populace appreciated this Endeavour of Indian Army to address their genuine requirements and aspirations. This camp will go a long way in alleviating the health issues of inhabitants & their livestocks and further strengthen bonds of friendship between Indinan Army and Awaam.