Implementation of new policy to improve scheme for giving free plot of 100 sq.ft residential accommodation plot or homeless building in rural areas 2019
Plans for living in rural areas, or plotting to provide 100 sq. Free plot to village laborers and rural craftsmen registered in BPL, were not implemented. Under this scheme, 16-117,030 beneficiaries have been allocated free plots for the benefit of all beneficiary plots given to the beneficiaries of 0 to 16 and 17 to 20 in the free plot scheme.
Noteworthy that due to some provisions under the scheme, the plot or home-based needy beneficiaries could not get the benefit due to the plots in the rural area. As the Prime Minister is a beneficiary of the housing scheme, due to lack of ownership of the plot or because there was no name in the list in the BPL, the plot could not be allocated and could not benefit the Prime Minister’s Awas Yojana. General Chat Chat Lounge As a result, the State Government has been able to make plots available to people in rural areas easily due to appropriate reforms required by the State Governments to improve existing policies, due to their representation in the government’s schemes by the plots. or home-based needy beneficiaries in the government. A new policy has been implemented from the resolution
Under the Housing Scheme of the Center, qualifying for housing assistance. Must have been living in the village for at least one year. In this particular case, the beneficiaries having eligibility conditions are not allowed to obstruct the 100-square meter limit and there is a limit of 10 lakh per gram panchayat for private land acquisition. This limit has been abolished. Apart from this, the cost