11 thousand houses were to be built, but only four thousand pm houses were built

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Mau. The implementation of the Pradhan mantri Awas Yojana, which was initiated by the central government for the benefit of the poor, does not seem to be working properly. In 2020-21, the goal was set to build 11,000 prime ministerial homes, but only 4,000 prime ministerial homes were built. In such a situation, the poor have to live in the open air.
The frightening thing is that many eligible beneficiaries have not been accepted into this program. An example of this was seen on the last day in the form of Bablu Chauhan, a resident of Dhadachawar village in Ghosi Tehsil. Where his old mother and daughter died in the collapse of his Kutcha house. Horrifyingly, his application for the prime minister’s residence, after being eligible, was not accepted.
In 2020-21, 10 thousand 988 people in nine blocks of the district were enrolled in the program. The first installment was transferred to the account of 10 thousand 921 to build the house. At the same time, the second installment was transferred to the account of 10,609 beneficiaries and the third installment to the account of 6,061 beneficiaries. Nevertheless, only 4,049 beneficiary houses have been completed to date. The houses of all 10921 beneficiaries should be completed by March 31, 2021.
At the same time, under the Pradhan mantri Awas Yojana, the goal was set to provide houses to 4,916 people in the period 2021-22. With 3,604 of these, the first installment was also transferred to the accounts of 2596 beneficiaries. At the same time, the second installment was transferred to the accounts of 21 beneficiaries. Because of this, the awareness of the supervision by the responsibilities is known. In addition, the selection of eligible beneficiaries for this program has been neglected. A similar case occurred in Ghosi Kotwali in the past.
When two members of his family died when the Kutcha house of Bablu Chauhan, who lived in Dhadhachawar, collapsed in the rain. When information was included, it emerged that Bablu Chauhan had applied for PM to be accommodated, but he was not shortlisted. If the departments’ sources are to be believed, when the beneficiaries of PM housing are examined, a large number of ineligible individuals are involved.
In this case, project leader Matsya Nath Dwivedi said there had been a delay in the completion of the house due to the corona transition period and the three-stage elections at the prime minister’s residence for 2020-21. In the meantime, the process of providing housing for 2021-22 is also ongoing. The processes are completed. Soon the houses will be completed by sending installments to all accounts.

Mau. The implementation of the Pradhan mantri Awas Yojana, which was initiated by the central government for the benefit of the poor, does not seem to be working properly. In 2020-21, the target was set to build 11,000 prime minister’s homes, but only 4,000 prime ministerial homes were built. In such a situation, the poor have to live in the open air.

The frightening thing is that many eligible beneficiaries have not been accepted into this program. An example of this was seen on the last day in the form of Bablu Chauhan, a resident of Dhadachawar village in Ghosi Tehsil. Where his old mother and daughter died in the collapse of his Kutcha house. Horrifyingly, his application for the prime minister’s residence, after being eligible, was not accepted.

In 2020-21, 10 thousand 988 people in nine blocks of the district were enrolled in the program. The first installment was transferred to the account of 10 thousand 921 to build the house. At the same time, the second installment was transferred to the account of 10,609 beneficiaries and the third installment to the account of 6,061 beneficiaries. Nevertheless, only 4,049 beneficiary houses have been completed to date. The houses of all 10921 beneficiaries should be completed by March 31, 2021.

At the same time, under the Pradhan mantri Awas Yojana, the goal was set to provide houses to 4,916 people in the period 2021-22. With 3,604 of these, the first installment was also transferred to the accounts of 2,596 beneficiaries. At the same time, the second installment was transferred to the accounts of 21 beneficiaries. Because of this, the awareness of the oversight by the responsibilities is known. In addition, the selection of eligible beneficiaries for this program has been neglected. A similar case occurred in Ghosi Kotwali in the past.

When two members of his family died when the Kutcha house of Bablu Chauhan, who lived in Dhadhachawar, collapsed in the rain. When information was included, it emerged that Bablu Chauhan had applied for PM to be accommodated, but he was not shortlisted. If the departments’ sources are to be believed, when the beneficiaries of PM housing are examined, a large number of ineligible individuals are involved.

In this case, project leader Matsya Nath Dwivedi said there had been a delay in the completion of the house due to the corona transition period and the three-stage elections at the prime minister’s residence for 2020-21. In the meantime, the process of providing housing for 2021-22 is also ongoing. The processes are completed. Soon the houses will be completed by sending installments to all accounts.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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