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Jamshedpur, May 13: Government of India’s deputed engineer, JK Prasad inspected the construction of buildings under Component – 3 of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) for urban areas at Birsanagar expressed his satisfaction over the execution of work. The affordable housing project at Birsanagar includes a total of 9,592 houses under G+8 provisions. Work on the construction of 7,372 houses had commenced covering 24 blocks. Construction up-to plinth level in eight blocks had been completed.
Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee (JNAC) Special Officer, Krishna Kumar who accompanied JK Prasad during the inspection, instructed the contractor to construct a model flat at the earliest so that the beneficiaries could see the types of space and facilities they would be provided with on completion of the residences under PMAY (Urban) scheme. Kumar also instructed the contractor to put up boards to inform about locations of flats and also to plant saplings around the blocks of residences to beautify the site and add to a pollution free environment. Others who were present at the Birsanagar construction site included DGM of JUDCO, Santosh Choubey, Firoz Alam of Directorate of Urban Administration, Rahul Kumar of Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee, Sarita Kumari, Deepak Majhi and Yogesh Kalindi.
State team inspects sites for PMAY project
A state level team inspected sites for the construction of residential houses under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) urban in Mango Municipal Corporation (MMC) area. The project will be under PMAY Component 3. Dinesh Kumar Dwivedi and Kalpana inspected the proposed sites for the PMAY (Urban) project. MNAC City Manager Rahul Kumar, Aparajita, Srinivas of CLTC Cell accompanied the state level officials.Dwivedi and Kalpana said that land site selected would be in MMC command area. They said that the scheme was to provide houses to people of the low income groups. The PMAY schematic housing project under MMC will be constructed at Deepasahi and Sankosai. The process of construction included the technical approval of DPR which is then handed to JUDCO to commence the construction process. Presently, the technical approval of DPR had been given to JUDCO to start the construction work, that is scheduled early.
So far, 350 applications have been received by MMC. The applicants will have to pay Rs 4.50 lakh each while the remaining amount will be borne by the government.