The 110th Battalion of the Border Security Force (BSF) Meghalaya organised a free medical camp yesterday as part of its efforts to ensure the well-being of the population living along the Indo-Bangladesh border.
The medical camp was conducted under the civic action programme at the Bholaganj border outpost in East Khasi Hills.
The medical camp was inaugurated by Inspector General Pradip Kumar in the presence of the 110th Battalion Commandant and local villagers.
During the camp, BSF and civilian doctors conducted free health checkups and distributed medicines to the needy villagers of the villages of Bholaganj, Nayabasti, Chaklabasti and Kurikhal.
In addition to the medical camp, the BSF also organised a weapons exhibition for school students of Ramakrishna Mission in Bholaganj, who showed keen interest to know about the weapons and equipment used by the BSF.