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Jamshedpur, May 13: Indian Government Associate Engineer JK Prasad inspected the construction of buildings under Component – 3 of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) for Birsanagar Urban Areas, expressed his satisfaction with the execution of the works. The affordable housing project in Birsanagar comprises a total of 9,592 houses under the provisions of G+8. Construction work on 7,372 houses had started covering 24 blocks. The construction up to the level of the base in eight blocks was completed.
Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee (JNAC) Special Agent Krishna Kumar, who was accompanying JK Prasad during the inspection, requested the contractor to build a model apartment at the earliest so that the beneficiaries could view the types of space and facilities that would be provided to them at the end. residences under the PMAY (Urban) regime. Kumar also asked the contractor to put up signs to inform about the locations of the apartments and also to plant saplings around the blocks of residences to beautify the site and add to a pollution free environment. Others present at Birsanagar construction site included DGM of JUDCO, Santosh Choubey, Firoz Alam from Urban Administration Directorate, Rahul Kumar from Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee, Sarita Kumari, Deepak Majhi and Yogesh Kalindi.
State team inspects PMAY project sites
A state-level team inspected sites for the construction of residential houses under the urban Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) in the Mango Municipal Corporation (MMC) area. The project will fall under component 3 of PMAY. Dinesh Kumar Dwivedi and Kalpana inspected the proposed sites for the PMAY (urban) project. MNAC City Manager, Rahul Kumar, Aparajita, Srinivas of the CLTC cell, accompanied the state level officials. Dwivedi and Kalpana said the site chosen would be within the MMC command area. They said the plan was to provide houses for people in low-income groups. PMAY Schematic Housing Project under MMC will be built in Deepasahi and Sankosai. The construction process included technical approval from DPR which is then given to JUDCO to begin the construction process. Currently, technical approval from DPR has been given to JUDCO to start construction work, which is expected early.
So far, 350 applications have been received by MMC. Candidates will have to pay Rs 4.50 lakh each while the remaining amount will be borne by the government.