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DHEMAJI, June 8 - On the occasion of the International Children�s Day, the Dhemaji district unit of the Asam Mahila Sangha (AMS) organised a free health camp on June 1 for children as well as adults on the Jatarkatia Primary School premises at Dhemaji.

The health camp was inaugurated by Ayodhya Pegu, vice-president, Asam Mahila Sangha at 10 am. In her inaugural speech, Pegu spoke on the birth of the International Children�s Day. She also added how Asam Mahila Sangha is working for the full growth and development of the children.

Seventy-three children and 84 adults attended the health camp. Free medicines were supplied to the needy patients among them. Child specialist Dr Khagen Doley and Dr Piyani Pegu rendered treatment to the patients. The health camp was attended by Dr Abdul Latif, Joint Director, Health Department, Dhemaji and Dr Jamadagni Upadhai, Superintendent, Dhemaji Civil Hospital. At the end of the camp, the vote of thanks was given by Uttara Kalita, president, Dhemaji Jila Mahila Sangha.

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Free health camp by Asam Mahila Sangha

DHEMAJI, June 8 - On the occasion of the International Children�s Day, the Dhemaji district unit of the Asam Mahila Sangha (AMS) organised a free health camp on June 1 for children as well as adults on the Jatarkatia Primary School premises at Dhemaji.

The health camp was inaugurated by Ayodhya Pegu, vice-president, Asam Mahila Sangha at 10 am. In her inaugural speech, Pegu spoke on the birth of the International Children�s Day. She also added how Asam Mahila Sangha is working for the full growth and development of the children.

Seventy-three children and 84 adults attended the health camp. Free medicines were supplied to the needy patients among them. Child specialist Dr Khagen Doley and Dr Piyani Pegu rendered treatment to the patients. The health camp was attended by Dr Abdul Latif, Joint Director, Health Department, Dhemaji and Dr Jamadagni Upadhai, Superintendent, Dhemaji Civil Hospital. At the end of the camp, the vote of thanks was given by Uttara Kalita, president, Dhemaji Jila Mahila Sangha.

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