Website closed, no housing benefit received

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Kanpur landscape. A housing program is run by the government for the families living in Kutcha houses or huts. At the same time, no apartment allocation will be made because the names of the characters are not available in the permanent list. The names of the characters are listed on the Housing Plus website, but that website is closed. For this reason, many eligible families live under tarpaulin.
The benefits of the Chief Minister and Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana are available to the poor families inscribed on the permanent list. There is an option to permanent list the head of the eligible family through the Awas Plus website, but this website has long been closed.
In such a situation, poor families are forced to do office rounds. Officials are unable to provide housing to these families even after they have been screened and found to be eligible. When the poor complain about this, officials cringe, citing the closure of the Awas Plus website. Here the hope of an apartment for the eligible family is dashed.
A survey will be carried out on the use of poor families without housing. Many families have been found suitable, but the website is closed. As a result, no apartment allocation takes place. – Harishchandra, responsible BDO Akbarpur / DC MNREGA
Due to the closure of the Awas Plus website, no houses will be given out to the families that have been found suitable according to a survey in the district. The website will only open at the government level. It is impossible to say anything about it. – DK Yadav, Responsible Housing Program / PD DRDA
Knocked on the doorstep of the officials, unable to find accommodation
Kanpur landscape. The family of Shikha Awasthi, a resident of Bhikhnapur in the Akbarpur block, live under a tarpaulin. Shikha says husband Somnath works as a laborer. Has three children and an elderly mother-in-law. The food is cooked on the stove by burning wood and cow dung. It is very difficult on rainy days.
Grain and household items also get wet. Apartment requested in February last year. Found suitable when investigated but the name has not been placed on the permanent list. Due to the closure of the website, the name couldn’t even move up the list. Even after several rounds in Tehsil and block offices, no apartment was found.

Kanpur landscape. A housing program is run by the government for the families living in Kutcha houses or huts. At the same time, no apartment allocation will be made because the names of the characters are not available in the permanent list. The names of the characters are listed on the Housing Plus website, but that website is closed. For this reason, many eligible families live under tarpaulin.

The benefits of the Chief Minister and Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana are available to the poor families inscribed on the permanent list. There is an option to permanent list the head of the eligible family through the Awas Plus website, but this website has long been closed.

In such a situation, poor families are forced to do office rounds. Officials are unable to provide housing to these families even after they have been screened and found to be eligible. When the poor complain about this, officials cringe, citing the closure of the Awas Plus website. Here the hope of an apartment for the eligible family is dashed.

A survey will be carried out on the use of poor families without housing. Many families have been found suitable, but the website is closed. As a result, no apartment allocation takes place. – Harishchandra, responsible BDO Akbarpur / DC MNREGA

Due to the closure of the Awas Plus website, no houses will be given out to the families that have been found suitable according to a survey in the district. The website will only open at the government level. It is impossible to say anything about it. – DK Yadav, Responsible Housing Program / PD DRDA

Knocked on the doorstep of the officials, unable to find accommodation

Kanpur landscape. The family of Shikha Awasthi, a resident of Bhikhnapur in the Akbarpur block, live under a tarpaulin. Shikha says husband Somnath works as a laborer. Has three children and an elderly mother-in-law. The food is cooked on the stove by burning wood and cow dung. It is very difficult on rainy days.

Grain and household items also get wet. Apartment requested in February last year. Found suitable when investigated but the name has not been placed on the permanent list. Due to the closure of the website, the name couldn’t even move up the list. Even after several rounds in Tehsil and block offices, no apartment was found.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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