PESHAWAR - A total of 4,741 patients were treated in free medical camps arranged by the Frontier Corps Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in different areas of Mohmand Agency, officials said.These camps were organised consecutively between January 27 to 31 at Pindiali, Lakaro, Ghanum Sha, Prang Ghar, Spinkai and Tangi areas of Mohmand Agency. Specialist doctors and paramedical staff of Frontier Corps and FATA secretariat treated a total of 4741 patients, including men, women and children free of cost in these medical camps. These patients were not only treated but also conducted different laboratory tests and X-Rays and free of cost medicines were provided to the patients. Furthermore, polio drops were also administered to the children in these localities. It is worth mentioning that establishment of free medical camps for provision of basic medical facilities to the deserving people in far-flung areas is a regular feature. The local population was highly appreciative of the efforts made by Frontier Corps for restoration of peace in the area and also to provide relief to the locals.This news was published in The Nation newspaper. Read complete newspaper of 02-Feb-2014 here.