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January 21, 2011

Hepatitis quite common in cops

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January 21, 2011

Islamabad
A large number of personnel of the Islamabad Police are suffering from Hepatitis A and B due to different reasons, well-placed sources told ‘The News’ here on Thursday.
The police high-ups claimed that the Islamabad Police will ensure free screening of hepatitis for its employees and provide them with best medical facilities.
Deputy Inspector General of Police (Headquarters) Kamaluddin Tipu visited the Islamabad Police Lines Hospital where a ‘Free Hepatitis Screening Camp’ was arranged in collaboration with the Islamabad City Lions Club.
Speaking on the occasion, the DIG headquarters said that the officials of Islamabad Police have been given facility for free hepatitis screening in the camp and those suffering from hepatitis would be given free treatment through welfare fund in collaboration with the Islamabad City Lions Club. As many as 200 policemen visited the camp for screening of hepatitis.

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