Prime Minister’s Housing Scheme: The Prime Minister’s Housing Scheme-Grameen (PMAY-G) has achieved 92 per cent target in the first phase. The central government has given this information.
Prime Minister’s Housing Scheme: The ambitious project of the Modi government has met 92 per cent of the target of building houses under the Prime Minister’s Housing Scheme (Rural) i.e. PMAY-G first phase. The Union Ministry of Rural Development said this on Tuesday. According to the data, the first phase of PMAY-G is 201 2016-1. From 2018 to 2018-1-19, 92 percent of the target has been achieved. The ministry said in a statement that the government is confident that all the houses included in the permanent waiting list (PWL) will be completed by the end of the Amrit Mahotsav. Read more – Shraddha Kapoor Serves Hillary Kamaria With Gilliadas, Dance In This Style – Video Viral
According to the data, 2.14 crore beneficiaries have so far been found eligible as per the Permanent Waiting List (PWL) identified using the SECC database. Although initially 2.99 crore households were included in the list, through timely verification at various stages including clearance, many families were not eligible. Read more – Kovid-19: More than 40 doctors, including KGMur VC of Lucknow, tested positive for second dose of vaccine
Therefore, this list is limited to 2.14 crores. This number is likely to decrease further. As per this, 1.92 crore (90 per cent) houses have been approved and 1.35 crore (71 per cent) houses have been cleared for cleaning. Read more – WHO Chief Scientist Soumya Swaminathan warns of lockdown – results will be dire