Govt to Build 2.95 Crore Rural Houses Under Housing for All by 2022

Govt to Build 2.95 Crore Rural Houses Under Housing for All by 2022

The government plans to implement the second component of “Housing for All 2022 ‘scheme. On Wednesday, the government has to design for all by 2022 Scheme 2.95 crore houses decided in rural areas under the housing. In the meeting of the Union Cabinet gave PM Narendra modes its nod for the implementation of the rural component of the system.

According to the source, to Rs. 81,975 crore will be distributed for the construction of houses crore in the first three years PM Awas Yojana-Gramin. Under the program, the government will provide financial assistance of Rs. 1.20 lakh where plains and Rs 1.30 lakh to. In “hilly and difficult” areas

Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad term it a very important decision and said that it was in the total number of houses an expected change of 10% could be built. The scheme will cover the whole country except Delhi and Chandigarh. Centre and States both share the cost of the houses.

After the cabinet meeting, Prasad said that an amount of Rs 81,975 crore is a crore homes between 2017-17 and 2018-19, from which Rs 68,000 crore is required to be provided by budgetary provisions available to construct.

And further, he added that the rest Rs 21,975 crore of bonds come by National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) through allocations by 2022 to recoup.

Last year in June month, the Union cabinet has been the introduction of “Housing for All 2022” approved scheme for the rehabilitation of slum dwellers and promote affordable housing for the urban poor. The program was approved with a target 20 million homes to provide over 7 years available.

In a Wednesday meeting, the Cabinet gave its nod to the plan of the rural component of the system, the socio-economic Caste Census (SECC) -2011 data identifying the beneficiaries.

The scheme envisages to provide at the national level, a national technical assistance to the Agency for support to achieve the goal in the project.

Prasad expressed confidence that the support come complete transparency and objectivity in identifying the beneficiaries into consideration and prioritization by this regulation.

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