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GUWAHATI, Feb 25 � A grand scale ex-servicemen rally and medical camp was organised today at the Narangi Military Station by 51 Sub Area on behalf of Headquarters 101 Area and Headquarter Eastern Command.

Addressing the rally, Governor of Assam, PB Acharya said that it was a good initiative by 101 Area and 51 Sub Area and that such rallies should be held every year. He stressed on the need to spread awareness of welfare schemes to all ex-servicemen residing in remote areas of the state. He said that the country was indebted to the sacrifices by the soldiers and that any amount of help for their welfare was always welcome.

Lt Gen SP Nawathe, General Officer Commanding, 101 Area, during his welcome address, declared that welfare of retired soldiers has been taken as priority task by the Indian Army.

One of the important highlight of the rally was felicitation of ex-servicemen, disabled soldiers and widows of the Army men killed on duty and providing financial assistance and some utility items to the needy ones.

A medical camp was also organised at the site of the rally in which more than 750 ex-servicemen and their dependents were checked up and medicine distributed. Considering geriatric age group, services of various specialist doctors were provided in the medical camp. The camp provided various on the spot diagnostic facilities like ECG and laboratory investigation. An impressive band display by pipe bands and cultural programme by Films and Drama Division artistes added colour to the rally.

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Guv addresses ex-servicemen rally

GUWAHATI, Feb 25 � A grand scale ex-servicemen rally and medical camp was organised today at the Narangi Military Station by 51 Sub Area on behalf of Headquarters 101 Area and Headquarter Eastern Command.

Addressing the rally, Governor of Assam, PB Acharya said that it was a good initiative by 101 Area and 51 Sub Area and that such rallies should be held every year. He stressed on the need to spread awareness of welfare schemes to all ex-servicemen residing in remote areas of the state. He said that the country was indebted to the sacrifices by the soldiers and that any amount of help for their welfare was always welcome.

Lt Gen SP Nawathe, General Officer Commanding, 101 Area, during his welcome address, declared that welfare of retired soldiers has been taken as priority task by the Indian Army.

One of the important highlight of the rally was felicitation of ex-servicemen, disabled soldiers and widows of the Army men killed on duty and providing financial assistance and some utility items to the needy ones.

A medical camp was also organised at the site of the rally in which more than 750 ex-servicemen and their dependents were checked up and medicine distributed. Considering geriatric age group, services of various specialist doctors were provided in the medical camp. The camp provided various on the spot diagnostic facilities like ECG and laboratory investigation. An impressive band display by pipe bands and cultural programme by Films and Drama Division artistes added colour to the rally.