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Rahul Gandhi Provided 2 Jeeps to Family Health Care Centre in Wayanad

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Congress Leader and Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi has provided two jeeps to the family health care centre of his consitutency.

As per the reports, the jeeps have been provided with an aim to provide health care facilities for all aiming to transform the tribal lives in the constituency.

The jeeps have been provided in the panchayats having more than 43% of the tribal population, with the roads such that it is very difficult to the people to reach the healthcare centres of the city. Around 200 colonies are there in those panchayats which are in the midst of the forests and people need to walk miles to reach the medical health centre.

This is being talked as a transformation in the health care facilities for the tribals as regular health checkups are being organised in those villages afterwards.

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