Pakistan Rangers organised free medical camp near Gurdwara Baba Nanak Shah


GHOKI: The Pakistan Rangers (Sindh) organised a free medical camp in the Panchayati Hall area of Gurdwara Baba Nanak Shah Daharki in Ghoki district in connection with the 353rd anniversary of the Sikh guru.

Free medical facilities were provided to the people of the area. On this occasion, a team of cardiologists, eye specialists, medical specialists, pediatricians, general physicians, lady doctors and other specialist doctors conducted free medical examination and provided medicines to more than 3,000 patients, including women, children and the elderly. On this occasion, Sikh pilgrims also visited the medical camp and appreciated the efforts of the Pakistan Rangers (Sindh).

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