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BHUBANESWAR: With solely 11 months to go to attain the aim of ‘Housing for All’, the State authorities has solely accomplished 62 per cent (computer) of its development goal below Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Gramin (PMAY-G).
“The State has achieved general completion of 15,10,010 homes in opposition to a cumulative goal of 24,23,012 homes. The State had dedicated to finish 1.75 lakh homes by March 31, 2021, particulars of that are but to be furnished,” stated a report of the Ministry of Rural Improvement (MoRD).
The Centre launched the restructured rural housing scheme PMAY-G on November 20, 2016 with the target to offer pucca home with fundamental facilities to all rural households who’re homeless or residing in kutcha or dilapidated homes by the tip of March 2022.
The choice of beneficiaries by means of a three-stage validation (Socio Financial Caste Census 2011, Gram Sabha and geo-tagging) has ensured choice of the poorest of the poor below PMAY-G. Nevertheless, the choice of beneficiaries within the State was mired in controversy after detection of a lot of ineligible making into the everlasting wait checklist (PWL) ready by the Panchayati Raj division.
A latest evaluation of the progress of this flagship scheme by MoRD throughout approval of the annual motion plan for 2021-22 revealed that the State has accomplished development of 9,21,941 homes in opposition to a goal of 9,92,558 homes in Part-I and 5,80,534 homes in opposition to a Part-II goal of 14,30,454 homes by the tip of February.
Nevertheless, CM Naveen Patnaik requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to sanction 14.94 lakh particular homes for offering homes to 7.87 lakh Fani affected households and 6.07 lakh eligible beneficiaries not noted from the PWL in 16 non-Fani affected districts.
With an unspent stability of Rs 1,396.65 crore with the State, the Centre sanctioned Rs 3,810 crore which incorporates the State share of Rs 1,524 crore for the present fiscal. The State has made a budgetary allocation of Rs 3,000 crore for rural housing.
In response to the Ministry, Odisha was among the many few states that used the scheme to offer employment alternatives for migrant staff who returned to their villages in the course of the disaster. The State accomplished development of 10.5 computer of its 2020-21 goal and commenced work on a minimum of 85 computer of these for which cash was sanctioned.
9,92,558 homes focused in Part-I
9,21,941 homes accomplished
14,30,454 homes focused in Part-II
5,80,534 homes completed