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AIRAWAT Receipt Centre inaugurated at Patiala

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Patiala, Nov 26, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
A reception centre was inaugurated at Patiala Military station on Friday for approximately 3500 veterans of Patiala district. The facility has a well laid out Air Conditioned waiting room with modern amenities, an organised & marked parking for 105 four wheelers & 200 two wheelers and easy access to key facilities like Military Hospital, ECHS Polyclinic, CSD, Station Head Quarters, Veteran Sahayata Kendra and Sanchita Shopping Complex.

The reception centre also has a helpdesk for veterans and will provide assistance in terms of Ambulance and E-rickshaw for transportation to MH.

A Covid – 19 screening facility is also available for all the veterans & their dependents. The facility was dedicated by Major General Mohit Malhotra, Sena Medal to the veterans of Patiala district and their dependants who visit Patiala Military Station.

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