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March 14, 2019

621 examined at free medical camp in Arandu

Peshawar

March 14, 2019

CHITRAL: A free medical camp was arranged at Arandu near the Pak-Afghan border.

The doctors from the Chitral Scouts and the District Headquarters Hospital examined patients at the medical camp.

About 621 people, including women and children, were examined and provided medicines at the camp.

Talking to elders after learning about the problems of the local communities, Commandant Chitral Scouts Col Moeenuddin said they would spare no effort to help them out.

He also distributed ration packages among the local people.

Meanwhile, the commandant of the Chitral Scouts visited the projects being undertaken by the Sarhad Rural Support Programme (SRSP) in Arandu under the PATRIP initiatives.

The SRSP is constructing bathrooms and additional classrooms at the primary, middle and higher secondary schools in Arandu.

Col Moeenuddin also inaugurated the solar system at the schools and distributed gift hampers among the children.

The wife of the commandant Chitral Scouts and the District Education Officer (Female) jointly inaugurated the Women Vocational Centre in Arandu. It is offering one-month course in sewing and embroidery.

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