PM Awas Yojana Muzaffarnagar – City’s Name Missing in First List
PM Awas Yojana Muzaffarnagar – The Muzaffarnagar city’s name is not mentioned in the first list of the ‘Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). The list of only 925 beneficiaries from the district went to the government, which has been approved. Of these, 743 habitations will be built in the six district panchayats and 182 district housing districts. While accepting the money of the beneficiaries, the government has directed to complete the housing work till December 2018.
Details of PM Awas Yojana Muzaffarnagar
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has promised accommodation to every homeless by 2022. The Central Government has urged the district administration to immediately list the beneficiaries whose check has been completed. The list was inquired from the NGO investigating the incident. Investigating Noida’s NGO has been able to list only 743 in six municipal panchayats. In it, 98 houses in Sisauli, 112 in Bhokarhadi, 117 in Meerpur, 123 in Purkaji, 94 in Jansath and 199 in Shahpur have been sanctioned.
The Muzaffarnagar city does not have a single house in the list, while the highest number of people has applied for this. Dooda project officer Dhanaprakash said that the work of the survey is underway. The survey will be completed and the second list will also be sent to the government. Only 182 of the 498 villages in the district have been included in the PM housing scheme. CDO Ankit Agarwal said that the survey is currently underway. The list of 182 which has been sent is according to the 2012 survey.
Accommodation in the urban area will be 2.5 Lakh Under PM Awas Yojana Muzaffarnagar
Muzaffarnagar. Two lakh rupees will be given for housing in the Prime Minister’s housing scheme in urban areas. It will provide 1.5 lakh centers and one lakh state government. In rural areas, only one lakh twenty thousand will be available for housing. Unmarried child will not get housing separately.
Survey did not complete Under PM Awas Yojana Muzaffarnagar
Muzaffarnagar. The survey of urban and rural areas of the Prime Minister’s housing scheme is running very slow. The Central Government is giving the company 3200 rupees for a home survey. Even after this the company is working with inexperienced people. Such people are being given five to ten thousand rupees per month. The company is trying to get rid of the government’s plan to earn millions. The game is being played between the officers and company of Sude sitting in Lucknow, which is sent to the list center, is not even perfect.