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ByNE India Broadcast

Apr 11, 2024 #BSF

On April 10, 2024, a commendable initiative unfolded within the jurisdiction of the Border Outpost Ghojadanga,102 Battalion BSF under the auspices of the South Bengal Frontier. In line with their commitment to community welfare, on 9 April a free medical camp was organized under the Civic Action Programme, marking a significant step towards enhancing healthcare accessibility for the local populace.

The event, which unfolded at the Govt. Community Hall in Village Panitar and the Football Ground in Ghojadanga witnessed the convergence of dedicated medical professionals and officers from the 102 Battalion BSF. Noteworthy figures included Dr. Pintu Das, a Surgeon from Govt Hospital Basirhat, and Dr. Ananya Mondal specializing in Gynecology and Obstetrics, also from Govt. Hospital Basirhat. Their presence underscored the collaborative effort between civil and BSF in addressing the healthcare needs of the community.

Throughout the day, 358 patients from the villages of Panitar and Ghojadanga availed themselves of the medical services offered at the camp. Both consultation and treatment were provided free of charge, ensuring that financial constraints did not impede access to essential healthcare services. Additionally, under the expert guidance of the attending physicians, free medicines were distributed among the attendees, aligning with individual prescriptions to cater to specific medical needs.

By extending a helping hand to those in need, the 102 Battalion BSF demonstrated their unwavering commitment to the welfare of the people residing in the vicinity of the border outpost. The provision of medical care, coupled with the distribution of medicines worth Rupees 99,920, exemplifies the holistic approach adopted by the BSF towards fostering well-being and prosperity in the region.

A.K Ayra, DIG, Public Relations Officer of South Bengal Frontier said that this noble endeavor serves as a shining testament to the spirit of collaboration and compassion that defines the relationship between the security forces and the civilian population. It underscores the pivotal role played by initiatives such as the Civic Action Programme in fostering goodwill and mutual understanding, thereby strengthening the bond between the BSF and the local communities.

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