Slum Dwellers Housing Scheme Delhi 2018 – दिल्ली सरकार ने राष्ट्रीय राजधानी के चार अलग-अलग स्थानों पर आर्थिक रूप से कमजोर वर्ग (ईडब्ल्यूएस) के लिए लगभग 5,600 फ्लैट बनाने के प्रस्ताव को मंजूरी दी। दिल्ली शहरी आश्रय सुधार बोर्ड (डीयूएसआईबी) ने भलस्वा, संगम पार्क, लाजपत नगर और करोल बाग के देव नगर में ईडब्ल्यूएस के लिए 5,594 फ्लैटों के निर्माण प्रस्ताव को मंजूरी दी।
Slum Dwellers Housing Scheme Delhi 2018
Delhi Govt To Construct Over 5600 Flats in Slum Areas
The Delhi government approved the proposal to construct about 5,600 flats for the economically weaker section (EWS) at four different places of the national capital. The Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) approved the construction proposal of 5,594 flats for EWS in Bhalswa, Sangam Park, Lajpat Nagar and Dev Nagar of Karol Bagh. These flats will be constructed under the ambitious plan of the Delhi Government for rehabilitation of slum dwellers.
Details of Slum Dwellers Housing Scheme Delhi 2018
The Delhi Government will construct a total number of 5594 flats for the slum dwellers. The help of new agencies will be taken to improve the facilities of toilets being provided at this time. In the chairmanship of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the 24th meeting of the Board of the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) was held on Friday. Three decisions were taken in this.
Slum Dwellers Housing Scheme Delhi 2018 – Details of Flats – Location, Number Of Flats
According to this, where 5594 slum owners will be given the flats under the scheme ‘Jahan Jhuggi Vhan Makan – जहां झुग्गी वहां मकान’ scheme. Here are the details of the flats such as location and number of flats –
- 3780 Flats in Bhalswa
- 582 Flats in Sangam Park
- 448 Flats in Kasturba Niketan of Lajpat Nagar
- 784 flats in Dev Nagar of Karol Bagh
The total estimated cost for them is 737 crores. The state government claims that these flats will be constructed in 18 months i.e. one and half year. Construction of these flats will be started from January. In order to complete the construction work very soon, cement concrete walls instead of brick walls will be made in the flats. In these residential complexes, sewerage treatment plant (STP), solar panel, community hall and other community facilities will be provided. In this project, the state government will spend a total amount of Rs. 100 crores for the construction and lighting of drains and roads in slum colonies. Within the next nine months, there is a goal of completing these tasks.