Mangaluru: Dakshina Kannada district administration is making due efforts to reach out to people whom cannot avail Aadhar services. The administration has deployed mobile Aadhaar enrolment units to reach out to them, and so far has enrolled 11,261 bedridden persons, including the elderly, and 3,162 homeless children staying in various organisations. It has also conducted a special drive for transgenders, registering 45 of them.
The administration then created a database of such persons in each village and sent out personnel with mobile enrolment units, and 95% of pensioners have been covered so far. Besides this, whenever the administration learns about the inability of a person to visit an enrollment centre, mobile units are sent to their doorsteps.
At present, the district has 23 permanent enrollment centres and a majority visit them for correction of information and so on.
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