Kathmandu- A team of health workers and doctors from Nepal Police has provided free treatment to flood survivors of Helambu and Melamchi in Sindhupalchowk.
The team led by Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Dr Sanjaya Bikram Shrestha has been delivering the service. The police have set up a two-day health camp at Chowk health post in Helambu Rural Municipality-6 and primary health service centre in ward-4, said Shrestha, also spokesperson of the police hospital. A total of 341 people got health checkup services in the camp. Free medicines were also distributed to them, he said.