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Jindal organises health camp in Kurukshetra

About 3,091 patients were examined in OPDs during the health camp organised by Kurukshetra MP Naveen Jindal at Janata School here on Sunday. The patients were examined by staff of Agroha Medical College here.

punjab Updated: Jan 13, 2014 17:49 IST
HT Correspondent

About 3,091 patients were examined in OPDs during the health camp organised by Kurukshetra MP Naveen Jindal at Janata School here on Sunday.


The patients were examined by staff of Agroha Medical College here. Inaugurating the camp, Jindal expressed his will to serve the people of Kurukshetra. He said that he would contest next elections from Kurukshetra.

The medical camp was organised to commemorate 151st birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.

Despite cold, people continued to flux for expert consultations. Jindal said that life was precious so it was important to keep it away from diseases. He said healthy Kurukshetra was his dream and he would strive to fulfill it.

Director of Agroha Medical College Anurag Chhabra said staff of 23 departments of Agroha Medical College facilitated their services during the camp. This was the 10th medical camp of its kind.

Kalayat, Ladwa, Radaur, Cheeka, Shahbad, Pundri, Pehowa, Rajond and Siwan were the venues where the experiment was conducted earlier.

He said after check-up, if any patient is required operation and any other kind of treatment, they would be facilitated it for free at Agroha Medical College.