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The 2-day free health camp organised by the iTV Foundation in Bathinda came to an end on Sunday, August 19. The second day of the event continued to draw people in huge numbers and the doctors and volunteers did not miss a minute chance to help the people visiting them. The free health camp was organised in association with Max India Foundation and Baba Farid Group of Institutions. During the free health care, the doctors provided free check-up and cancer check-up to the people visiting the camp. Around 250 people visited the health camp on Saturday, over 220 people visited the camp on Sunday and received the services.
There were three doctors present at the camp to assist the people visiting the free health camp. Besides the general health check-up, the doctors also aware the people about the disadvantages of drugs. Earlier on Saturday, MLA and professor, Baljinder Kaur inaugurated the event. The health camp was also visited by Mayor of Bathinda Balwant Rai Nath. The people are also provided with free medicine at the camp. At the free health camp, the doctors from the oncologist, general physician and mental illness departments were present to provide their services ta the camp organised by iTV foundation.
Earlier on July 29, 2018, iTV foundation organised a Relief camp for Flood victims at Yamina River Band in New Delhi. The relief fund was organised in association with SVCT- a Delhi based NGO. The camp was aimed at helping those residing in areas adjacent the Yamuna river-bed in New Delhi in the wake of the recent floods.