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Free health camp for police

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A health camp was conducted on Monday for police personnel, police families and former police personnel. 162 police personnel, 52 police families and 214 former police personnel have taken free health care in the camp.

Free health camp for police

The camp was conducted with the support of Nepal Police Wife Association, Lumbini Province and the cooperation of District Police Office and technical support of Bardia Hospital. 162 police personnel in

camp, 200 including 52 police families and ex-police personnel; 14 people were given a free health check-up. Kamal Choudhary, police inspector of the district police office, informed that free medicines were also distributed to them as per their requirement. In the

camp, Lumbini Pradesh Police Hospital's Nose, Ear, Throat specialist, Kohlpur Dental Hospital dental specialist, The health examination was conducted by dermatologists from Bheri Hospital Nepalganj, gynecologists and general physicians from Bardia Hospital and ophthalmologists.

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