Mandi : Two-day veterinary camp organised by Army’s DODA BN under the aegis of 93 infantry brigade Poonch concluded at border area(LoC) of Shahpur in Poonch district.Residents of border area villages are primarily Gujjars & Bakarwals. Livestock being maintained by them forms main source of livelihood and also inseparable linkage in daily lifestyle. Limited veterinary facilities in forward area and poor livelihood makes them suffer in terms of veterinary aid to animals. Organising Veterinary Camp at Shahpur on 27 Sep – 28 Sep 2021 is one such effort by Indian Army under aegis of Headquarter 93 Infantry Brigade to mitigate their sufferings.The Veterinary Camp was aimed towards providing medical checkups, treatment & distribution of medicines to animals of border villages and addressing their health problems.Veterinary Doctors of Indian Army alongwith Veterinary Doctors from Animal Husbandry Department, Distt Poonch rendered their services to the livestocks of the local people. A total of 4235 animals were treated and prescribed with free medicines available in the Camp.The Veterinary Camp as part of Operation Sadbhavana highlighted the superlative efforts put in by the Indian Army in co-ordination with civil administration for the under privileged locals residing in the border area of Poonch District. The event received an overwhelming response by the local population who appreciated the noble efforts wholeheartedly.Such events will go a long way in developing goodwill amongst local populace and also will foster a positive image of Indian Army.