Pakistan Army's Free Medical Camp Brings Vital Healthcare to Remote Kanpur, Kasur District

In the remote region of Kanpur in Kasur District, the Pakistan Army organized a free medical camp for the local residents. The medical camp featured the participation of multiple doctors and paramedical staff. A total of 710 patients, including 329 women, 136 children, and 245 men, received medical examinations and treatment. In addition to providing free medical tests, patients also received complimentary medicines.

Doctors and paramedical staff conducted informative lectures on health preservation, including raising awareness about malaria, dengue prevention, and various diseases.
The local residents praised the public welfare initiatives undertaken by the Pakistan Army and expressed their gratitude for these efforts. The organization of free medical camps by the Pakistan Army in remote areas, such as Kanpur, is a regular part of their commitment to the well-being of the public.

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