144th CRPF Battalion organises medical camp in Lal Bazar 
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144th CRPF Battalion organises medical camp in Lal Bazar 

Post by RK News on Wednesday, September 6, 2023

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Srinagar, Sep 05: In a remarkable demonstration of community service and cooperation, the 144th Battalion of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) orchestrated a highly successful medical camp in Lal Bazar, Srinagar. Held on Tuesday, the event aimed to provide essential medical services to the local population, bolster community health, and nurture a sense of camaraderie between the CRPF and Lal Bazar's residents. The medical camp witnessed an overwhelming response from individuals of all backgrounds.
The event was graced by the presence of Jaidev Kesri, DIG CRPF Srinagar North, Firoj Kujur, Comdt 82 Bn CRPF, Dr. Rubina ZMO Zadibal, Dr. Sandeep, CMO-54 BN CRPF, along with other officers of the 144 BN CRPF, and SHO Lal Bazar. Seasoned medical professionals from the 144 BN and P.H.C. Lal Bazar lent their expertise and guidance, significantly contributing to the camp's success.
The medical camp not only conducted essential medical check-ups but also facilitated the distribution of necessary medicines tailored to patients' specific needs, ensuring a holistic approach to healthcare.
Nadeem Ahmed Samdani, Comdt-144 BN CRPF, expressed his gratitude towards the guests from CRPF, the police, the medical fraternity, and the local community for their active participation and enthusiastic engagement, making the medical camp a resounding success. He emphasized the CRPF's unwavering commitment to the well-being of the communities it serves, going beyond the call of duty.
Jaidev Kesri, DIG CRPF Srinagar North, lauded the collaborative efforts of CRPF personnel and local residents, highlighting the importance of such events in forging a strong bond between law enforcement agencies and the public. He engaged with the people and members of various Intazamia committees, discussing the challenges they face.
Kesri stated that the success of the medical camp serves as a testament to the CRPF's dedication to community welfare and its continuous pursuit of excellence in ensuring the safety and well-being of all citizens. He also extended his congratulations to the 144 BN CRPF for their unwavering commitment to initiatives contributing to the holistic growth and development of the regions in which they operate.

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