Pak Army provides medical care to over 3500 patients in Balochistan

F.P. Report

RAWALPINDI: The Pakistan Army established a free medical treatment camp in far-flung areas of Gishkor and Kooli in district Awaran of Balochistan, Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a press release on Saturday.

Nearly, 3,500 patients including women and children were provided free medical facilities and medicines by specialist doctors.

“100 eye surgeries were also performed besides important diagnosis test of ECG, ultrasound, hepatitis screening etc. Free ration packs were also distributed amongst 150 families,” ISPR said.

“The medical camp provided much-needed health care to the local population. Similar medical camps were established in Kharran, Gulistan, Badini, Shahraig, Naushki, Naseerabad, Chaman and Ziarat areas which provided quality medical facility to thousands of patients,” the military’s media wing added.

ISPR further said that these medical camps were established on the direction of Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa as a part of army’s reach out program to poor population aimed at providing health care in far-flung areas of Balochistan.