A team of Army doctors had attended to the medical issues of the local population who have limited medical facilities in the remote villages of Arunachal Pradesh

The Indian Army organised a medical camp in the remote village of Meshai and Karoti of Anjaw district in Arunachal Pradesh on January 18.

The medical camp was conducted by the Indian Army to provide much-needed healthcare and treatment to the local population of against many commonly-occurring ailments.

A team of Army medical doctors attended to the medical issues of the local population who have limited medical facilities.

The army medical camp witnessed a large turnout of patients, including women and children, who received medical consultations for various occurring ailments and free medicines.

The locals appreciated the efforts made by the Indian Army and also praised the Army medical doctors for their generous help.

Also, the Indian Army had previously connected a remote border village Tame Chung Chung, in Upper Subanisiri district of Arunachal Pradesh to the rest of the country.

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