Hathras: Instructions for outstanding installments under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana Urban

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Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Hathras
DM Ramesh Ranjan reviewed the District Urban Development Agency (DUDA) projects. DM directed that the necessary improvements be made to the work of these programs. He directed the outstanding payment of the first, second and third installments under PM Awas Yojana (Urban) to be dealt with immediately.
He pointed out that the self-help groups working in the district should be given maximum employment. As part of the dormitory program for urban homeless people, the ADM was instructed to hand over the 70-bed overnight accommodation under construction to the community after an investigation by the executive branch. DM urged PO Duda to provide more and more urban street vendors with ID cards and certificates through the community’s executive officer.
DM also gave instructions to make the necessary improvements to the Prime Minister’s street vendor program. When the progress of the Asra relocation program was unsatisfactory, the DM instructed the ADM to complete the construction of the houses immediately after meeting with the executive body, PO Duda and the executive officer, the community and Nagar Panchayats and to assign them to the beneficiaries of the beneficiary lamps. He asked the additional district judge to issue a letter regarding outstanding payments, etc. at the government level.
The Duda District Project Officer announced that the number of parishes and nagar panchayats in the district is nine in the district. Under the Pradhan mantri Shahari Awas Yojana, a total of 11964 beneficiaries were identified in all communities and Nagar Panchayats. Of these, 5317 beneficiaries were found to be ineligible and 6647 were found to be eligible. He announced that the number of houses under construction is 6,341. The first installment was paid to 6,747 beneficiaries, the second installment to 5,452 beneficiaries and the third installment to 3,083 beneficiaries. So far, the number of houses completed is 3887. For the payment of the first 183, second 348 and third 338 installments, examinations are carried out at the level of the staff and the body.
He announced that in the district under Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana, National Urban Livelihood Mission, 20 self-help groups have been successfully formed. His account was opened with banks. 17 groups were published via the portal of the Revolving Fund Paisa. The Urban Livelihood Center is operated by the DUDA department, in which 2,978 beneficiaries are registered. 234 people were employed in various government agencies.
So far, 300 people have been trained through vocational training and employment and 25 people have been trained as self-employment. Identity cards and registration certificates were distributed to 630 street vendors by identifying urban street vendors.
He announced that the work organization CNDS is building a 70-bed rain shelter for urban homeless people. As part of the Pradhan Mantri Street Vendor Scheme, a goal of 5008 was set against which the goal of 4,595 was met by last month. Approval to build 60 houses has been obtained under the Asra Relocation Scheme, of which 24 houses have been given to eligible beneficiaries and 36 houses are under construction. The other District Judge JP Singh, the responsible Collector Rajkumar Singh Yadav etc. were present at the meeting.

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Hathras

DM Ramesh Ranjan reviewed the District Urban Development Agency (DUDA) projects. DM directed that the necessary improvements be made to the work of these programs. He directed the outstanding payment of the first, second and third installments under PM Awas Yojana (Urban) to be dealt with immediately.

He pointed out that the self-help groups working in the district should be given maximum employment. As part of the dormitory program for urban homeless people, the ADM was instructed to hand over the 70-bed overnight accommodation under construction to the community after an investigation by the executive branch. DM urged PO Duda to provide more and more urban street vendors with ID cards and certificates through the community’s executive officer.

DM also gave instructions to make the necessary improvements to the Prime Minister’s street vendor program. When the progress of the Asra relocation program was unsatisfactory, the DM instructed the ADM to complete the construction of the houses immediately after meeting with the executive body, PO Duda and the executive officer, the community and Nagar Panchayats and to assign them to the beneficiaries of the beneficiary lamps. He asked the additional district judge to issue a letter regarding outstanding payments, etc. at the government level.

The Duda District Project Officer announced that the number of parishes and nagar panchayats in the district is nine in the district. Under the Pradhan mantri Shahari Awas Yojana, a total of 11964 beneficiaries were identified in all communities and Nagar Panchayats. Of these, 5317 beneficiaries were found to be ineligible and 6647 were found to be eligible. He announced that the number of houses under construction is 6,341. The first tranche was paid out to 6,747 beneficiaries, the second tranche to 5,452 beneficiaries and the third tranche to 3,083 beneficiaries. So far, the number of houses completed is 3887. For the payment of the first 183, second 348 and third 338 installments, examinations are carried out at the level of the staff and the body.

He announced that in the district under Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana, National Urban Livelihood Mission, 20 self-help groups have been successfully formed. His account was opened with banks. 17 groups were published via the portal of the Revolving Fund Paisa. The Urban Livelihood Center is operated by the DUDA department, in which 2,978 beneficiaries are registered. 234 people were employed in various government agencies.

So far, 300 people have been trained through vocational training and employment and 25 people have been trained as self-employment. Identity cards and registration certificates were distributed to 630 street vendors by identifying urban street vendors.

He announced that the work organization CNDS is building a 70-bed rain shelter for urban homeless people. As part of the Pradhan Mantri Street Vendor Scheme, a goal of 5008 was set against which the goal of 4,595 was met by last month. Approval to build 60 houses has been obtained under the Asra Relocation Scheme, of which 24 houses have been given to eligible beneficiaries and 36 houses are under construction. The other District Judge JP Singh, the responsible Collector Rajkumar Singh Yadav etc. were present at the meeting.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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