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Under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Urban), the total number of houses sanctioned are over 90 lakh, as per reports.

The approval was given by the Central Sanctioning and Monitoring Committee (CSMC), which is headed by Union Housing and Urban Affairs, approved 630 proposals from participating states for construction of 1.23 lakh more houses with an overall investment of Rs 4988 crore,” it added.

For West Bengal, approval was given for 27,746 houses, while Tamil Nadu got approval for construction of 26,709 houses under the PMAY (U), followed by Gujarat (20,903), Punjab (10,332), Chhattisgarh (10,079), Jharkhand (8,674), Madhya Pradesh (8,314), Karnataka (5,021), Rajasthan (2,822) and Uttarkhand (2,501). (Ref. The Hindu and PMAY website)

6 thoughts on “PMAY says 90 lakh houses have so far been sanctioned & more than 50% in construction

  1. The Delhi development Authority (DDA), in a statement, said that it has signed an MoU with the National Institute of Urban Affairs (NIUA), for preparation of the Master Plan for Delhi (MPD) 2041, as an enabling strategic plan and other related policies or plans, which would be the guiding framework of the planning and growth of Delhi till 2041.

  2. The website is fully responsive for any desktop/laptop, tablet and mobile (Iphone/android) and features a bespoke build search and information portal that allows visitors to the website understand the nitty-gritties relates to real estate investment in India

  3. Delhiites will soon be able to enjoy a fine dining experience in city’s urban greens. The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has decided to start restaurants — regular ones and fine dining.

  4. If home is a basic need as claimed while announcing #HousingForAll, govt must regulate speculation in affordable housing market via PMAY (U) for urban homeless, and ensure timely delivery to existing renters and interest spenders before allowing same builders to spread wings with more project announcements and real construction working capital fund diversions / manipulations.

  5. A petition alleges that Anil Ambani’s Reliance Group, the DLF Group-kind of big firms were also part of Indiabulls money laundering. The PIL urged for a Special Investigation Team (SIT) probe comprising the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the Serious Frauds Investigation Office (SFIO) and the Income Tax Department officials to unearth the culprits behind the money laundering.

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