Chairman, SDKKF, Peer Jalal-ud-Din Sahib inaugurated the Camp.

The volunteers which include Pervez Ahmad, Mohammad Shahid and Hamid Hussain served the ailing humanity with great care ad enthusiasm. Old aged men and women particularly were seen in long queues waiting for specialized treatment from the doctors on voluntary basis.

Several patients were provided free eye drops and necessary medicines by the organizers.

Director, Aids Control Society, Dr. Waseem and senior ophthalmologists personally supervised the functioning of the camp.

People hailed the voluntary effort of organizers and hoped that more such camps will be held in future to provide free medical aid is to suffering masses especially belonging to poor, and downtrodden families.

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