Housing sanctioned to 9.61 lakh families in state

Continuously better performance of MP in PM Awas Yojana

Bhopal: The Urban Development and Housing Department is continuously making concrete efforts to provide their own ‘house’ to the needy families in the urban areas of the state. So far, houses have been sanctioned to 9 lakh 61 thousand needy people in the state. So far, houses of 7 lakh 32 thousand beneficiaries have been constructed out of the houses sanctioned under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana in the state.

Best Performing State Award to MP

Madhya Pradesh has received the second award in the category of Best Performing State Award for continuously better implementation of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana. The best state award in convergence with other schemes, conduct of IEC (publicity) activities and performance of state level technical cell has also been given by the Union Ministry of Urban Affairs. Madhya Pradesh has also received the Best Performing State Award (PMAY (U), Empowering India Award) for the effective implementation of the scheme. Madhya Pradesh has received 4 awards in the ‘Khushiana Ka Ashiana’ competition of the Union Urban Affairs Ministry.

Free residential lease to landless families

Many innovations and effective strategies made by the state government have contributed significantly to the success of the scheme. Residential land lease is being provided to landless families in urban areas, so that they can avail the BLC of the scheme. Don’t miss out on the benefits of the ingredient. This is the most popular component of the scheme in small and medium towns, in which the beneficiary constructs his own house.

Tripartite Agreement and Additional Benefits

In order to overcome the difficulty of the beneficiaries taking loans from banks in the Affordable Housing in Partnership (AHP) component of the scheme, the department has provided easy loans to the beneficiaries on the responsibility of the urban bodies through a tripartite agreement. Besides, for the registered poor construction workers of urban areas, who are not able to meet the beneficiary share, an additional grant of up to Rs 1 lakh is being given from the Chief Minister Building and Construction Workers Housing Scheme, in addition to the amount fixed in the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana.

To increase the pace of the scheme and to encourage the beneficiaries, distribution of funds, house warming, bhoomi pujan along with beneficiary communication programs are also being conducted continuously in the state.

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