Haryana Govt. will Provide Affordable Housing for Two Lakh Families
According to the latest news, the Haryana Government will provide affordable housing to the two lakh families in next three years. Around four thousand houses will be inaugurated on the occasion of State Golden Jubilee.
At present, the state government has 87 thousand houses available and 13 thousand houses are under construction. It was decided at the meeting of Haryana Housing Board on Friday under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Manohar Lal.
In this meeting, the Housing Minister Krishan Lal Pawar and the Housing Board Chairman Jawahar Yadav briefed the construction of houses. During reviewing the functioning of the housing board the Chief Minster said to the officials to increase the scope for providing houses because the state is growing up with an aim of providing affordable housing to the two lakh families in the state.
Manohar Lal instructed officials to work the Haryana Housing Board Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) with the possibility of construction of houses. In this regard, he said the officials to prepare a detailed action plan report soon which that can be approved.
He said those who surrendered their houses for different reasons, they should be reported to provide housing at lower rates again.
Haryana Housing Board chairman Jawahar Yadav told the CM that the Board has allotted 4843 until September 2016. 2789 houses will be allocated by the end of this year. Krishan Lal Panwar informed that the Minister of Housing, Panchkula, Karnal, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Rohtak and Sonepat districts of 13 thousand 115 houses are under construction.
News Source: Dainik Jagran