Indian Army has provided Nepal Army with health supplies worth Rs 240 million

The Indian Army has given the Nepal Army medical equipment worth Rs 240 million.

Through Belia transit in Rupandehi, the Nepal Army received health supplies from India in 25 trucks.

The Nepal Army dispatched a vehicle to India to gather medical supplies from the Indian Army.

Covid-related operating headlights, auto-refractive meters, B-pad machines, ABG machines, lab microscopes, light-curing cardless, ICU ventilators, manual sprayers, virus transfer media with swabs, PW-5, and RDT-NTG will be provided by the Army in the first phase.

India has also equipped the army with six ambulances. Although the Indian Army provided the Nepal Army with the first part of aid on Saturday, another round of help is likely to arrive in Nepal this week and next week in two phases.

The medical supplies were brought to Nepal as part of the regular exchange of assistance between the Nepal Army and the Indian Army, according to Army Spokesperson Assistant Santosh Ballabh Poudyal. India had already provided the Nepal Army with 1,00,000 vaccinations.