BAJAUR: For the first time in Bajaur, free medical camp, exclusively for women, was organized by Bajaur scouts here on Wednesday.
According to details, the free medical camp was organised under the special directions of Inspector General of Frontier Corps (IGFC) in Lagharai, a remote area of the Loi Mamond tehsil in Bajaur near Pak-Afghan border.
TNN correspondent has reported the medical camp was only for female patients but doctors have also examined children. During the Free medical camp medical examination of 1433 patients, including 675 women and 758 children patients, were provided free medicine.
The officials have told media that several specialist female doctors, including medical specialists (lady doctors), 2 LHVs, 3 family nurses, 1 EPI technician, were present at the Free Medical Camp. X-ray facilities including laboratory, vaccination were also provided. During the camp, 20 women and 96 children were given vaccines while free tests for the various disease were also conducted.
Former governor ask police solve Levies, Khasadars issues
BAJAUR: Regional Police Officer (RPO) Malakand Division Ijaz Khan called on former Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Shaukat Ullah Khan at his residence in Nawgai on Wednesday and discussed issues relating to Khasadars and levies forces.
District Police Officer (DPO) Bajaur Pir Shahab Ali Shah was also present on the occasion. Regional issues and Bajaur Levis / Police issues were discussed in the meeting. Shaukat Ullah Khan stressed upon the RPO to take steps to solve the Khasadars and Levies forces problems and to set up police stations in every tehsil as the lack of police stations is causing problems for the tribal people.
The former governor also said that Levies’ problems should be resolved at the earliest. The RPO said that the number of police stations would be increased very soon and there would be new recruitments as well.