A veterinary camp was organised by Indian Army at Bangus Valley in Kupwara district on August 03 to help local villagers living in the remote area of the Union Territory.
The Army veterinarians, with assistance from local veterinarians, treated hundreds of domestic animals.
An army officer at the site said, "A veterinary camp has been organised here to treat animals.
On the occasion of the Bangus Valley festival, we have organised this camp.
In farther areas where there are many horses, sheep, and other forms of livestock, veterinary services are not being able to reach them."
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