In J-Machhal K's sector, a six-day prosthetic limb fitting camp has been organised.

Indian Army conducted a six-day artificial limb fitment camp in Jammu and Kashmirs Machhal Sector . The camp was held from May 8 to 13, with the intention of reaching those in need of an artificial limb, wheelchair, and hearing aid .

Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) (India), May 14: The Indian Army conducted a six-day artificial limb fitment camp in Jammu and Kashmir's Machhal Sector in collaboration with Bhagwan Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti (BMVSS), according to a press release issued by the Indin Army on Saturday.The camp was held from May 8 to 13, with the intention of reaching those in need of an artificial limb, wheelchair, and hearing aid.During the course of the course, the locals were given six artificial limbs, 33 wheelchairs, 35 hearing aids, five tri-cycles, five auxiliary crutches, and two hand sticks.Specially-abled people were given free rehabilitation services as per their need.

The locals have praised the Indian Army and the NGO for arranging the camp for the underprivileged on such a large scale.The joint venture between the Indian Army and the Jaipur foot foundation will aim to achieve Saksham Hum Saksham Kashmir Saksham Bharat.The commander of Zamindar Gali Brigade commander spoke with the camp's visitors and praised the Indian Army's efforts to reach out to North Kashmir's citizens, according to the release.