Army conducts medical camp in Meghalaya
FROM A CORRESPONDENT
BOKO, May 5: Army camp at Boko organized a free medical camp at Sildubi village in Meghalaya on May 3. The medical camp was iugurated by Rabindra Marak, village headman of Malangko along with other village head men of neighboring villages. The remote villages at Assam Meghalaya border are lacking primary health facilities and in view of the same army took the initiative of conducting a free medical camp. Two medical officers from Red Horn Division along with two civil doctors from Boko Medical Camp with their medical staffs conducted the medical camp. A total of 418 patients got themselves checked out which 124 were gents, 243 were ladies and 51 children. Army Camp Boko has been conducting many such welfares activities in the remote villages of Assam- Meghalaya border which has created goodwill and trust between army personnel and civil population.