DIBRUGARH, July 18 - The Assam Branch Indian Tea Association (ABITA Zone-1) in collaboration with All Dibrugarh District Students’ Union, organised a day-long free health camp at Lezai Kalakhowa Gaon Panchayat for the flood-affected families of the area.
At least eight medical officers from Dikom, Muttuck, Greenwood, Romai, Singlijan, Nahortoli, Lepetkatta and Hattialli tea estates were engaged for the health camp. About 450 people from Gozai Gaon, Banhbari, Bam Kalakhowa, Sakaipathar, Itakhuli, Digholia, Panikhowa, Lajimukh, attended the camp for a free health check up. They were also given medicines free of cost.
Sailen Goswami, Chairman, Dibrugarh Circle, ABITA -1 said that the camp basically provided general health check up and free medicines.
Madhurjya Barooah, Secretary, ABITA Zone 1 said that the district administration and the Joint Director of Health Services, Dibrugarh provided essential medicines for the camp. The local Block Primary Health Centre Barbaruah also supported the initiative. The Circle Officer, Dibrugarh West also visited the camp and interacted with the people.