Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday congratulated Kerala's Wayanad on its becoming India's first district to digitise basic documents of all tribals.
"An empowered tribal community is the cornerstone of a strong India," Rahul, who represents Wayanad in Lok Sabha, wrote on Twitter.
"Proud that Wayanad is India's 1st district to provide & digitise basic documents for all Tribals," he said.
He lauded the collective efforts of district admin, local bodies, and people's representatives for the initiative.
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