On July 13, the locals of the Salapara village, in Assam’s South Salmara district informed the border outpost commander about a 20-year-old woman named Meena Khatun, who required medical assistance due to a very serious case of sickness with palpitation and breathing problems.
Company Commander of Border Outpost (BOP) Salapara of 41 Bn BSF immediately provided a BSF speed boat and evacuated the patient to the nearest Civil hospital Hatsingimari without loss of any time.
Due to timely action taken by the Border Security Force, the woman’s life was saved. The local village president, members and villagers have thanked the BSF and appreciated the good work done by them.
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