CRPF organizes free Medical Camp for welfare of Kashmiri people
53 Battalion of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) organized a free Medical Camp today to continue its drive for the welfare of the Kashmiri people.
In the north Kashmir’s Baramulla district of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, 53 Battalion of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) organized a free Medical Camp today to continue its drive for the welfare of the Kashmiri people.
Free medicines, sanitizer, face masks and soaps etc. were distributed among the people at Zehampora village under police station Boniyar of the district.
The Free Medical Camp was inaugurated by Mansa Begum wife of Shaheed Nazeer Ahmad Khan of Begna Noorkhan, Baramulla who attained martyrdom in 2005 while fighting anti-national elements during his posting in 136 Bn CRPF in Assam.
Speaking on the occasion, Mansa Begum said that such efforts will further wean away local population from the clutches of terrorism and help in bringing normalcy in the region.
Commandant 53 Bn extended special thanks to local dignitaries, people of the area and media persons for their active participation in this noble cause. He also exhorted locals not to hesitate for seeking any kind of help from 53 Bn CRPF and from CRPF Madadgaar helpline No 14411 in future.
The villagers had all the praise for the efforts of 53Bn CRPF in the service to the society.