This is one of the several agenda discussed at the BJD parliamentary party meeting chaired by Chief Minister and party supremo Naveen Patnaik.
Meanwhile, the BJP submitted memorandum in every block to Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on largescale irregularities in the allotment of houses.
Though the guideline was amended in 2016, Pangode military camp is not among them
“The provisional list of beneficiaries will be displayed at GP offices, schools, AWCs and other important places of the village from January 16 to 24 for public scrutiny.
The Opposition BJP recently alleged that those deserving were not getting funds under PMAY, the housing scheme for the rural poor, in TMC-controlled panchayats.
The Centre is keeping a close watch on the implementation of PMAY in Bengal as the central teams who had visited the state twice since 2021 found irregularities.
This is not just a lease, but the respect of the poor, their honour. Now no one will be able to tell them to leave their place,” the CM said.
For every stage-wise payment, forged documents and pictures of a random under-construction building were uploaded to the government portal to pass off as progress of construction of Mani’s house.
Speaking to TNIE, K Kumar a resident said,’We belong to the Arunthathiyar community and almost all residents in the settlement are daily wage earners.
He urged people to bring BJP to power in Odisha for proper implementation of the centrally sponsored schemes and programmes in the State.
‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign has also brought the focus back to the slowly receding programme of ‘Housing for All by 2022’ launched by the Prime Minister in 2015.
Odisha government has been pressing for opening of the Awaas+ window for migration of data for over six lakh ‘eligible’ households from the State-owned rural housing portal.
Government sources said Chhattisgarh is the only state where the PMAY-Gramin scheme has been facing 'persistent difficulties' over the last three to four years.
As per the existing arrangement, financial help is to be provided for the completion of already sanctioned 122.69 lakh houses till March 31 this year.
Even basic civic amenities such as pucca road, safe drinking water and toilets elude about 55 families of Indira Colony, who are suffering due to CMC’s apathy.
Bommai: Population growth in city has led to homelessness; Illegal houses will be seized
The Centre’s plan of ensuring affordable housing for all under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Urban (PMAY-U) by 2022 seems to not be on the priority list of the State government.
With the aim of speeding up development in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had recently in a meeting with his cabinet members brainstormed on a 100-day action plan.
The incident which happened in Dhimarkheda area of Katni district recently came to the fore when the video of the youth identified as Dharmendra Kol, being beaten publicly went viral.
In 2019, during a survey of 20 cases, seven such cases were unearthed.