Around 400 people benefitted from Army-run free health camp

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Doti – The Nepal Army has launched a free-health camp at KI Singh rural municipality-6 and 7 of Doti district. 

The camp was organised with an objective of providing health services to helpless and disabled persons, said Battalion Chief at the Gurubaks Company. 

Around 400 people received free health treatment service in the camp, jointly organised by Gurubaks Company, KI Singh rural municipality-6 and 7. 

Dr Suman Thapa of Nepal Army said that they provided treatment of different diseases related to ENT. He said that they would organise free health camp in other places of the district. Medicines were also provided to the patients free of cost in the camp. 

The patients visiting the camp expressed happiness after receiving the free treatment service at their locality. (Photo available) 


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