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    Free Medical Camp for Tribal People Conducted by Police in Bhupalpally

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    The police organized a free medical camp for tribal people in Singaram village under Adavi Mutharam mandal in Bhupalpally district. The Superintendent of Police, J Surender Reddy, inaugurated the medical camp and said that the police are concerned about the welfare of Adivasis. They want to uplift the tribal communities and reach out to underprivileged sections, especially those living in forest areas. The police will help people suffering from serious illnesses by taking them to city hospitals with specialist doctors and facilities. This creates trust among Adivasis towards the police.

    Around 300 tribal people attended the medical camp and received medicines for free. The SP urged them to focus on their empowerment by utilizing welfare and developmental programs implemented by the State Government. He encouraged them to pursue education opportunities provided by the government to have a bright career. He also urged them not to cooperate with banned CPI-Maoists and to inform the police if they identify the movements of Maoists.

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    OSD Ashok Kumar, Kataram DSP G Rammohan Reddy, inspector Ranjith Rao, sub-inspectors Naresh, Sudhakar, Srinivas, Dr Suresh, Dr Ramakrishna, Dr Shyam, Dr Prasad, Dr Sandeep, Dr Srinivas, Dr Rafi and Singaram Sarpanch M Rajeshwari were among others present at the medical camp.

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