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Free medical camp for flood victims at Kamalpur

A free medical camp was today held at Borshil Girls LP School under Kamalpur revenue circle of Kamrup district for flood affected people of the area. The camp was personally organised by Dr. Akhtarul Islam, Rastriy Gaurav Award winner eye specialist from Baihata Chariali with the aim to provide medical services to poor and needy flood affected people of the remote area. About 600 patients from Borshil, Bamungaon,Bhaira, Chotshil,Kanikuchi, Borigog,Kumarpata,Kendukona and Maranjana villages were treated in the camp. Seven doctors namely Dr. Lakshy Pati Sarmah, Dr. Akhtarul Islam, Dr. Ariful Islam, Dr. Sajjadul Islam, Dr. Sayedur Rahman, Dr. Khairul Hussain and Dr. Iliasor Rahman rendered services to the patients. Medicines worth Rs. 70,000 were distributed in the camp.


Jyotirmoy Das's picture

This is realy good job done by Dr. Akhtarul Islam. Thanx Bikash for the article.
B I PUL KUMAR's picture

Dr. Akhtarul  islam's picture

Thanks Bikash for published this article.
Dr. Arsad's picture

Its really good work done by Dr Akhtarul Islam. Thnx Dr. Islam
Najma Islam's picture

An appeal to all Doctors to give light to those who are going to dark days by giving free services as lead by Dr. Akhtarul Islam
Sankar Majumdar's picture

Dr. Akhtarul Islam has done a remarkable work. He has brought a ray of hope to lives of poor people. Thanks Dr. Islam and Thanx my friend Major(ex)Bikash Kumar Das for contributing such an article.I like stories of Assam Times. They should appoint Correspondents in all districts of Assam.
Pramod Ch. Mali's picture

Dr. Akhtarul Islam has rendered yeomens service to poor and needy people. Thanx doctor and thanx Bikash
Khairul Islam's picture

Realy good job done by Dr. Islam and good Reporting by Bikash Kumar Das.
Chanekya Mali's picture

Good Job good story.
bhaskarjyoti sarmah's picture

Our cordial support to Dr.Islam for such type of inspiring social responsibility to need based people.
Debajyoti Das's picture

Realy Good job by Dr. Islam and thanks Bikash Kumar Das for good Reporting. Keep it up.
Rajiv Debnath's picture

Goood job Dr. Islam and good news from Bikash
Diganta Nath's picture

I support Dr. Akhtarul Islam for his noble work and all doctors should learn something from him. Thanks Bikash for publishing this news item in This news has given brightness to
Labanya Talukdar's picture

Well done Dr. Islam,our best wishes are always with you. Thanks to my friend Major Bikash Das also.
nibedita's picture

Well done Dr. Islam and thanks assam times for publishing the news.


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