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MoHUA Secretary approves 865 proposals for construction of houses

The State of Uttar Pradesh participated with 149 proposals for the construction of  45,770 houses taking the tally to 13.96 lakh houses which is the highest among all States/UTs under PMAY(U).

Devdiscourse News Desk | New Delhi | Updated: 30-08-2019 18:02 IST | Created: 30-08-2019 18:02 IST
MoHUA Secretary approves 865 proposals for construction of houses
State of Andhra Pradesh which did not participate in  CSMC has overall sanctions for 12.48 lakh houses under PMAY(U). Image Credit: Twitter(@Secretary_MoHUA)

The 46th CSMC held under the chairmanship of Shri Durga Shanker Mishra, Secretary, Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs approved 865 proposals from 10 States for construction of 2.99 lakh houses with an overall investment of Rs. 15,109 cr.

The State of Uttar Pradesh participated with 149 proposals for the construction of 45,770 houses taking the tally to 13.96 lakh houses which is the highest among all States/UTs under PMAY(U). State of Andhra Pradesh which did not participate in CSMC has overall sanctions for 12.48 lakh houses under PMAY(U).

The State of Maharashtra participated with 62 proposals for the construction of 1.23 lakh houses which is highest among all 10 participating States in this CSMC meeting... Along with these fresh proposals the State now has overall sanctions for 11.20 lakh houses which are the third-largest among all States/UTs. With the approval of above fresh proposals, cumulative sanctions of houses under PMAY (U) is now 88.16 lakh against a validated demand of 1.12 crore.

(With Inputs from PIB)


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