Army provides free medical assistance in Kaukhali


The Bangladesh Army has been actively engaged in various social development projects across the hill tracts. Continuing this effort, the 11th East Bengal Regiment of the Rangamati Sadar Zone has undertaken numerous social, developmental, and public welfare activities alongside their operational duties.

As part of this initiative, a day-long program was held on Wednesday, May 29, from 9 AM to 3 PM, organized by the Kaukhali Army Camp under the Rangamati Sadar Zone. The program took place in the Choto Dolu area of Ward 3 in Kalamapti Union, where 352 hill people and Bengalis received free medical treatment and medicines.

The medical camp, supervised by Kaukhali Camp Commander Captain Fuad Al Hasan, saw skilled medical officer Major Golam Sarwar (MOIC) from Rangamati CMH providing the treatment. The initiative benefited 131 underprivileged hill people and 220 Bengali families.

Local residents expressed their gratitude and happiness towards the army for providing much-needed medical services and medicines. The community appreciated the army’s efforts in conducting such welfare activities.

The Bangladesh Army Sadar Zone has reaffirmed its commitment to continuing similar social service activities under future harmony and development projects.

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