BAJAUR AGENCY - Director General, Health Services Fata, Dr Fawad Khan on Monday said that the government took keen interest for provision of basic health facilities to people of tribal areas.
He said that the mobile hospital playing vital role for the providing of basic health facilities to the people of backwards area of Fata.
This he said while addressing the closing ceremony of the ten days long free medical camps here at Khar. The free medical camps that held in the different area of the agency were arranged by the health service Fata in collaboration with the security forces. 
Senior officials of the security forces, health department and the local administration including Sector commander North, Brigadier Ghulam Haidar, Commandant Bajaur scouts, Col shakeel janjua Political agent Bajaur Abdul Jabar Shah and coordinator Mobile hospitals Dr Niaz were attend the ceremony.
DG health service Fata, Dr Fawad said that the main objectives of the free medical camps which were arranged by the special advised of governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Barrister Mausad Kosar was to provide the basic health facilities to the people of backwards and par flung area of the agency which have no access to the health facilities.