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Army medical aid for flood-hit in Morigaon

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, Sept 25 � In a bid to provide relief to the flood-affected people, the Jagiroad-based Army camp of the Red Horns Division organised flood relief medical and donation camps at Gagolmari and Kumarkuchi villages in Morigaon district on September 19 and 22 respectively, a press release stated.

The flood relief camps provided healthcare facilities, medicines and items of daily use. Areas in and around the two villages witnessed the fury of floods as the Brahmaputra, Kopili and Kiling rivers caused massive loss and displacement recently.

Besides the medical officer and the nursing staff of the Jagiroad Army camp, medical officers and paramedical staff from the Jhargaon BPHC, led by Dr P Bordolai, SDM & HO, rendered their service to the villagers at both camps.

In the aftermath of the floods, the villagers had been facing various health-related issues and ailments. More than 850 villagers were the beneficiaries of the camps, the press release added.

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Army medical aid for flood-hit in Morigaon

GUWAHATI, Sept 25 � In a bid to provide relief to the flood-affected people, the Jagiroad-based Army camp of the Red Horns Division organised flood relief medical and donation camps at Gagolmari and Kumarkuchi villages in Morigaon district on September 19 and 22 respectively, a press release stated.

The flood relief camps provided healthcare facilities, medicines and items of daily use. Areas in and around the two villages witnessed the fury of floods as the Brahmaputra, Kopili and Kiling rivers caused massive loss and displacement recently.

Besides the medical officer and the nursing staff of the Jagiroad Army camp, medical officers and paramedical staff from the Jhargaon BPHC, led by Dr P Bordolai, SDM & HO, rendered their service to the villagers at both camps.

In the aftermath of the floods, the villagers had been facing various health-related issues and ailments. More than 850 villagers were the beneficiaries of the camps, the press release added.