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Free health camp organized, medicines distributed

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  19 Jan 2016 12:00 AM GMT


SILCHAR, Jan 18: Keshab Smarak Sanskriti Surabhi in coordition with United Netaji Club held a day long health check up camp at Chatla-Harigar Durgabari recently. Not only free medical examition and advice was given by competent doctors but also offered medicines free of cost. The health camp could be possible in this remote area with the help and cooperation of the United Netaji Club. In all 260 patients affected by diseases were examined as well as diagnosed. Following which free medicines were provided to them.

Doctors who conducted the health check up camp and treatment included Dr Darsha Patoa, dermatologist, Dr Lakhan Yadav, Dr Abhishek Barala, Dr Nisad Deka among others from the Silchar Medical College and Hospital. Executive member of Keshab Smarak Sanskriti Surabhi, Dr Diptanshu Shekhar Bhattacharjee, was also among the team of doctors. He was happy to see that it was for the first time that an NGO in cooperation with another NGO arranged this camp for the needy and the deserving people who otherwise have no opportunity to get treatment and medical advice. Samar Chandra Das, GP president of Chatla-Harigar, said it was a noble effort for the noble cause and the people of the area would cherish it in their memory. Parimal Suklabaidya, former MLA, also expressed his appreciation of the efforts of the NGOs to reach relief to the suffering margilized people. Both of them hoped that such camps would also be held in future, considering the depressing socio-economic condition of the inhabitants. Other rural areas with similar problems should also be covered under such social works. Suklabaidya also had words of praise for the doctors of Silchar Medical College and Hospital for coming forward and involving themselves in humanitarian works. Among the members who made the camp successful included Dulal th, Sipan Chakraborty, Paritosh Bhattacharjee, Suman Dey, Tapash Bhattacharjee, Dipangshu Bhattacharjee, rayan Das, Nikhilesh Das and Suman Roy. Local residents were too happy to get free treatment and medicines. It was for the first time that such a health check up camp was organized in this area and for this they extended their gratefulness to Keshab Smarak Sanskriti Surabhi.

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