Nirmal: The Police Department organised a medical camp for tribal people in the remote Yapalguda village and nearby hamlets in Pembi mandal on Thursday. Superintendent of Police C Shashidhar Raju inaugurated the event. As many as 15 doctors belonging to different specialities rendered services free of cost.
Speaking on the occasion, Shashidhar Raju said the camp was held for the convenience of people of the interior parts, who struggle to get quality medical services. He advised locals to utilise the opportunity and get treated for their ailments. He advised the residents of the remote villages and surrounding habitations to have nutritious food and sufficient sleep. He stated that vehicles would be provided to patients needing treated for chronic diseases in Nirmal town
The SP urged the tribal people not to destruct forests and hunt wild animals. He said both acts were considered a serious crime. He underlined the need to protect the flora and fauna and said that State government was giving importance to raise green cover in Telangana.
About 1,500 tribals availed of the services at the medical camp. They were also provided with transportation for reaching the venue. They thanked the Police Department for coming forward to conduct the event. They requested the police to organise similar camps in the future too. Additional SP Dakshina Murthy, DSP Upender Reddy, Khanapur Inspector Ashok and local Sub-Inspector were present.