GUWAHATI, May 14 � Medical teams of the Indian Army treated about 1500 patients in the Baksa district, which witnessed killings of innocents by unidentified gunmen recently.
An army release said that Baksa district witnessed one of the most gruesome and barbaric acts perpetrated by miscreants/militants leading to the killings of innocents residing at� Nanke Khagrabari, a remote hamlet� across Beki river near village Narayanguri. Having lost their loved ones and their homes in this barbaric act, the poor but hardworking villagers have been shifted to a relief camp� in village Narayanguri. All out efforts are being made by the civil administration to mitigate the woes of approximately 498 men, women and children residing in the relief camp.
Apart from fulfilling its primary task of ensuring security, peace and tranquility in the area, the Humesha Aage Brigade of Red Horns Division was once again seen extending the much needed healing touch to the people of the relief camp as well as villages around. Going a step further from the numerous medical camps organised in remote places of Baksa district earlier, the multi dpecialty medical camp at Narayanguri on May 14 facilitated mitigation of the multifarious medical requirements of the local populace. A large number of Indian Army doctors including medical specialists, gynecologists, dentists �and lady medical officers with paramedic staff assisted by the doctors provided by the civil administration of Baksa district, treated hundreds of patients. The patients were provided with free medicines, various rapid laboratory tests, ECG, pediatricians and ophthalmologist, said the Army release.