Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana- Ministry of Home Affairs and Urban Affairs has approved the construction of 30,000 affordable housing units for the urban poor in the private land in Solapur, Maharashtra, under the Prime Minister’s Housing Scheme (Urban), the ambitious scheme of the Central Government. Apart from this, the Central Government has also sought the assistance of Rs. 450 crore for this project.
Details on the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana
So as to guarantee the proposed extension is finished in time as financing by both the local and state governments is included, the MHUPA Secretary Mr. DS Mishra educated Maharashtra authorities about the responsibility for, consistency with the Mission Guidelines including the qualification of recipients, AADHAR connecting, part of state government and execution oversight.
Objectives of the Prime Minister Home Scheme
- To provide affordable housing to all who have yet missed the chance or have not yet found any housing suitable.
- To give value for the people’s money and give all a fair chance to own a home of their own.
- To create enough housing so that no one misses their home due to any circumstances.
Pricing System under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana
According to the State Government Officials, the price of each house has been set at Rs 6.03 lakh in a transparent manner and with central and state assistance. Thus, the delivery price would be Rs 3,53 lakh per house.
CMSC has given the approval to construct 2,84,803 more affordable housing units for homeless urban poor under PM Awas Yojana (Urban). By this approval, its becomes the highest number approved in a single meeting of CSMC.
Following a series of detailed discussions between Durga Shankar Mishra (Secretary Housing and Urban Affairs), CSMC under the chairmanship of an inter-ministerial Central Sanctioning and Monitoring Committee (CSMC) and the Government of Maharashtra, has appointed a private land prime minister for its kind housing project Housing Scheme (Urban) is provided under.
Further Implementation of building houses under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana
A proposal has been submitted by the Federation for the construction of approximately 30,000 affordable housing units for the Raynagar Co-operative Housing Association, Sholapur. Its members include the total expenditure of Rs.1811 crore under Prime Minister Housing Scheme (Urban) to other urban poor belonging to Bidi and cloth workers and economically weaker sections (EWS). After the investigation, the Maharashtra government agreed to provide assistance of Rs. 300 crore for this and afterward sent the proposition of the service in March a year ago.
To ensure that the work of the proposed project is completed, both central and state governments are involved in the fund. Secretary of MHUPA Shri D.S. Mishra told Maharashtra officials about the ownership of the land. In compliance with the mission guidelines, eligibility of beneficiaries, basis linking, the role of state government and inspection of implementation.
For more information about the Prime Minister’s Housing Scheme
According to the state government officials, the cost of each house has been fixed in a transparent manner with Rs 6.03 lakh and with central and state assistance. Thus, the cost of distribution will be 3.53 lakh per house.
Other plans of the Government of Maharashtra
CSMC has sanctioned construction of more than 2, 84,803 affordable housing units for the homeless urban poor under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Urban). This approval is the highest number of clearances in a meeting of the CSMC.
The total value of these housing units in six states is Rs. 16,407 crores. For which central government has sanctioned assistance of Rs 4,272 crore.
The details of the houses are as follows:
- In Andhra Pradesh – 2, 25,245 houses
- In Uttar Pradesh -23,322 houses
- In Tamil Nadu – 15,374 houses
- -10,392 houses in Manipur
- 9767 houses in Assam and
- In Meghalaya, 703 houses will be built.
The Prime Minister Housing Scheme or Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana are considered to be one the leading and most beneficial schemes launched under the government of Modi as well as building a bridge between the poor and rich society people within the nation. Every state has taken a strong initiative towards the scheme and are building more and more homes to meet the “Housing For All” statement made by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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