Samajwadi Awas Yojana: Uttar Pradesh Government to Stop Samajwadi Awas Yojana

In order to provide affordable housing to the low earners, the Yogi Government will stop the Samajwadi Awas Yojana launched by the Akhilesh government on a large scale. In the scheme, the builders who are not building the building are issuing notice and they are ready to cancel their licenses.

The SP government had claimed to have built three lakh buildings in two years under the scheme but ten percent of the work could not be started in the prescribed period.

Under the Affordable Housing Policy, in December 2014, the then SP government had announced the Samajwadi Awas Yojana to provide affordable housing to low-middle and middle-income families.

On May 2, 2015, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav launched the scheme at the grand ceremony held in a five-star hotel. The plan was to claim that the city’s dream of fulfilling the ‘dream of your house’ was fulfilled that in the next two years, three lakh houses would be built in different cities.

The point of note is that two years have to pass, but till now even the work of building ten percent of the claim of 30 thousand buildings has not started.

Additional Chief Secretary Housing and Urban Planning Sadakant said that under the scheme 132 private developers (builders) had applied, out of which 106 licenses have been registered and registered.

Out of these, 41 out of 79 DPRs (Detail Project Reports) were approved but the building was not being constructed by most private builders except the Development Authority and Housing Development Council.

Sadakant told that the notice has been issued to all by issuing a notice. Despite taking advantage of the scheme, the license of those who do not construct the building will be canceled and other action will be taken.

The Additional Chief Secretary clearly stated that the socialist housing scheme will not move forward. Under the Pradhanmantri Awas Yojana, the families of low-middle income groups will be provided to the cities in the cities.

Housing up to 30 Lakh in Scheme: 

Under the Samajwadi Awas Yojana, the cost of housing built in a carpet area of up to 75 sqm was kept between Rs 15 and 30 lakhs.

The separate sealing cast was fixed due to differences in the cost of different cities, location and building construction. However, the SP government had given all the facilities to developers for not getting the cost of the building.

To allow private developers to sell their houses at arbitrary prices, it was arranged to give affidavits to Housing Development Council or related development authority, who played the role of a facilitator and regulator, to pay the buildings more than the sealing cast, Will not sell more than

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