Ahmedabad, January 29: Indian Army has definitely got to be called the audacious and robust pillar of a strong India. The Indian Army reiterated its firmness to look after its veterans and their next of kin by organising an ex-servicemen's rally and medical camp at Gandhinagar military station on Saturday and Sunday.
General Officer-in-Commanding Lieutenant General RK Jagga, Konark Corps, was the chief guest of the event. He honored the Veterans and Veer Naris at an inspiring ceremony held at Maratha Ground, Gandhinagar. In his introductory speech R K Jagga also said that the Indian Army will continue to provide medical assistance to their officers and Veer Naris of the country.
The mega event was attended by a large gathering of ex-servicemen who had arrived from different parts of Gujarat. The camp intended to provide medical assistance to the veteran officers and also to the Veer Naris of the country.
During the rally, a large number of stalls were set up to disseminate information and extend help to the Veterans and Veer Naris. These included stalls of Principle Controller of Defence Accounts, Allahabad; Record Offices from various regimental centres; Army Placement Node; Aadhar and Pan Card; Ex-Servicemen's Contributory Health Scheme (ECHS), Canteen Smart Card, Air Force Veterans Cell and Navy Veterans Cell.
Introducing such camps enables for a smooth and healthy scenario for the army men and the brave women of India. Also the people there were been given assistance on basic necessity like the normal blood check-up, ECG check up and other related medical help.