Bhubaneswar: In a major transfer in the direction of offering dwelling homes to city poor, a complete variety of 1, 39,149 dwelling homes have been sanctioned for homeless households in 114 cities and cities of Odisha below the Odisha City Housing Mission (OUHM).
This was recognized from the State Degree Sanctioning and Monitoring (SLSM) committee assembly held on digital mode below the Chairmanship of Further Chief Secretary and Growth Commissioner Suresh Chandra Mohapatra from Lokseba Bhawan on Wednesday whereby Principal Secretary Housing & City Growth G. Mathivathanan outlined the problems for dialogue.
Reviewing the progress made up to now, Growth Commissioner Sri Mohapatra directed the city native our bodies (ULBs) to accentuate Jaga mission actions of their respective areas.
“Home is the naked fundamental want of the city poor and allotting a bit of homestead land to the landless might be an efficient encounter to city poverty. Proper over a bit of land, whereas enabling entry of the city poor to OUHM programmes may even add to their id and self-dignity,” Mohapatra mentioned.
Presenting the updates, Mission Director Sri Suresh Chandra Dalai mentioned, “To date 1,39 ,149 homes have been sanctioned in favour of city poor households out of which 1, 04,838 work orders have been issued”. Until now 54,034 homes have been accomplished and rests are at totally different phases of development.
The committee thought of and permitted new 8273 housing undertaking proposals obtained from 52 ULBs with estimation of 24,828.04 lakh. Joint Director Sri Sushant Mishra appraised that earlier round 7,000 housing models beneficial by SLSM committee have been despatched to Authorities of India (GoI) for ultimate approval. With GoI approval, greater than 15,273 new beneficiary households would get their very own dwelling homes. Growth Commissioner Sri Mohapatra directed to strengthen floor stage comply with up for early completion of the sanctioned homes.
Further Chief Secretary Forest and Setting Dr Mona Sharma, Principal Secretary Housing and City Growth Sri G. Mathivathanan, Principal Secretary Income & Catastrophe Administration Sri Bishnupada Sethi, Principal Secretary Finance Sri Ashok Kumar Meena, Mission Director Sri Suresh Chandra Dalai together with different senior officers from State Degree Bankers’ Coordination Committee and Odisha City Housing Mission participated within the discussions.