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CM Jagan Mohan Reddy said – develop infrastructure in Jaganna colonies


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Updated: Friday, September 23, 2022, 17:50 [IST]

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Amaravati, 23 September: Stating that housing is being given top priority, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy directed the officials to realize the targets set in the construction of houses. He said that special emphasis should be laid on backward districts in the implementation of housing schemes and construction of houses in agency areas. Clarifying that by the time the construction of houses is completed, the infrastructure development should be completed, he said, adding that the provision of facilities should not be compromised. The Chief Minister, while holding a review meeting with Housing, Revenue, Municipal Administration and Urban Development and Tribal Development officials at his camp office in Tadepalli on Thursday, prepared them an action plan for timely completion of infrastructure development works in Jaganna colonies. instructed to do.

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Officials told them that housing works worth Rs 4,318 crore have been completed so far in the current financial year. A total of 15.6 lakh houses have been sanctioned in the first phase and 5.56 lakh houses in the second phase. Work will be accelerated after the rain stops. Work is going on at a brisk pace under option 3 of the housing scheme. The officials at TIDCO’s residences told them that the houses would be handed over to the beneficiaries by December. He said that special emphasis has been laid on the provision of basic facilities in the houses of TIDCO. The Chief Minister urged the officials to create awareness among the beneficiaries about proper maintenance of houses. On the approval of house-site lease in 90 days, he said that till now 96,800 beneficiaries have been given leases and another 1.07 applications are being approved. Reviewing the Nadu-Nedu, Jagan said that a special officer should be appointed to oversee the administration of Gurukul, BC, SC, ST and minority welfare hostels. Apart from developing the app, a standard operating procedure should be developed for the maintenance of welfare hostels. The menu in the hostels should be changed on daily basis to provide nutritious food to the students.

All hostels should have internet facility and doctors should visit the hostels regularly to monitor the health of the students. An app should be developed for this purpose. Jagan directed that the vacancies in the hostels should be identified and filled on priority basis. Rs 4,318 crore spent on housing Officials told Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy that housing works worth Rs 4,318 crore have been executed so far in the current financial year. A total of 15.6 lakh houses have been sanctioned in the first phase and 5.56 lakh houses in the second phase.

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CM Jagan Mohan Reddy said – develop infrastructure in Jaganna colonies

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