Srinagar: The Border Security Forces (BSF) has organised a free medical camp under the 'Civic Action Programme' in Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district.
The camp organized free treatment and medicines to under-privileged families who cannot afford treatment.
Speaking to ANI about the initiative, Deputy Inspector General of Rajouri ID Singh said: "The administration with the help of the BSF is providing medicines and treatment for various diseases to those who cannot afford expensive medical treatment. A team of six doctors, including some from the BSF and GMC Rajouri, have jointly undertaken this task."
"We set up free medical camps often in the district by our different Battalions. It is our 16th camp and we try to serve needy people across the district," the DIG told ANI.