UP Govt is likely to spend Rs.1500crore for BPL Housing

The Uttar Pradesh (UP) government has taken the decision to provide free housing to states citizens those are leaving Below Poverty Line (BPL) in the current financial year under the central Indira Housing Scheme. According to state rural development commissioner Sanjiv Kumar “during the financial year of 2011-12, under the welfare scheme government has the target to provide free housing to 3, 32,000 BPL families in the state.”
In the contemporary situation government has fund of Rs. 662crore from which till now Rs.335crore has been spent over 24000 houses have been constructed. These include over 13,200 housing units for scheduled caste/scheduled tribe (SC/ST) families.
Under this scheme during the fiscal year of 2010-11 the central government has issued the fund of Rs. 13,200 200 housing units for scheduled caste/scheduled tribe (SC/ST) families.





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