By Accommodation Times News Service
Because of copious tribal population, government will kick off the construction of houses in six districts of Udaipur
Rajasthan government will construct 1.90lakh homes till August 2017 incurring cost of Rs 2400 cr. under ‘Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana'(PMAY). Aimed at providing housing to all by 2022, initially the project would focus in Udaipur division majorly.
Because of copious tribal population, government will kick off the construction of houses in six districts of Udaipur. According to the officials in first phase 1.87lakhs homes are to be constructed.
“It is expected that about Rs 2400crore will be incurred. Aim is to finish it off in this financial year but it may two three month more to complete” said an official.
Under the scheme 305 cities and towns has been identified in nine states. Rajasthan with 40 has one the highest number of cities included under PMAY. Each unit will incur a cost of about Rs 1.50lakh and have two rooms along with kitchen and toilets.
As per the agreement state will provide land and provide some financial assistance. The money will handed over to the owner of the house but in phases as the construction will progress. Total project cost in Rajasthan is expected to around Rs 6500crore.