Uniting The Indigenous People of Kangleipak: Free medical camp held in Senapati
KKL stated that during the medical camp, around 60 persons received free medical check-up.
Updated on 27 Aug 2021, 6:35 am
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The Kangleipak Kanba Lup (KKL) Manipur organised a free medical camp on the theme ‘Uniting The Indigenous People of Kangleipak’ at Tangkhul Khullen, Senapati district on Wednesday.
A release by KKL stated that during the medical camp, around 60 individuals, including children received free medical check-ups. Seven doctors, including Dr Lousambam Joganada, Thoubal district hospital medical officer, Dr Birjit Singh and RIMS chief medical officer, Dr Naorem Dinesh Singh along with his junior doctors took part in the camp.
The initiative was taken as per request of Tangkhul Khullen chief Kashung Dennyson to organise a health camp in the village in view of the plight of villagers in accessing medical attention amid the pandemic, it added.
It further stated that the medical camp was sponsored by Aristo Pharmaceuticals Private Limited, Future Mankind Private Limited, Triton Healthcare Private Limited, Monark Biocare Private Limited and Alter Healthcare Private Limited. The medical equipment for the camp was provided by Padma Medicare, Diagnostic Instrumental and Good Health.