Kasur (August 28, 2018): Two-wing rangers have organized a medical camp in rural areas of Kasur, in which doctors examined over 1400 patients and provided free medicines to them.
According to details, two-wing rangers have organized a medical camp in Mahiwal, rural area in Kasur. In which doctors examined over 1400 patients and gave free free medicines to them.
In the camp organized by Pak rangers, free blood-pressure and sugar tests of patients were conducted. While, medical examination of large number of children was also done.
Dr. Zoya Saleem and Dr. Abdul Khan said at camp, that mostly patients are suffering of skin allergies, throat and urinal infection due to usage of polluted water.Major Asif said that this medical camp aims to provide medical diagnosis and treatment to residents of farther places where medical facilities are not available. Apart from provision of free medicines, these people are also being informed about the importance of cultivation. He also the district administration of health and civil society department for extending their support to organize this camp.
Deputy Superintendent rangers, DSR Zubair Sindhu said that two-wing rangers will organize such camps in all rural areas with permission of higher authorities. People also thanked rangers for their move.