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Govt To Build Five Crore New homes By 2022, Says PM Modi

The prime minister noted that the focus is to ensure more women, Divyang, people from SC, ST, OBC and Minority communities get access to housing under the PMAY. "PMAY is linked with the dignity of our citizens," he added.


Govt to build five crore new homes by 2022, says PM Modi

The government working harder to stress free the people of rural areas by getting them new homes to live.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the NDA government is working towards ensuring that every Indian has a home by 2022, when India marks 75 years since its Independence. The government aims to construct three crore houses in rural areas while another two crores in urban regions.

In a veiled attack at the UPA, PM Modi said that everyone knows the way in which the previous government worked in ensuring housing for all. “Their motive of providing housing to common people had turned into meeting political benefits,” Modi said during an interaction with the beneficiaries of the  Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY).

The prime minister helping the rural people in providing shelter so that one can live happily and peacefully.

everyone deserve good things and should be treated equally , every human being dream to own a house 

The Awas Yojana is not merely about brick and mortar. It is about a better quality of life and dreams coming true,” Modi said.

The BJP government interacted with the people who recieved LPG GAS through ujjwala scheme and they seem to be very satisfied when the government announces of giving them free shelter to live for lifetime. The government has changed and offered lot of schemes to the rural people. It has been done to reduce poverty and bring development in the country

The prime minister also noted that the focus is to ensure more women, Divyang, people from SC, ST, OBC and Minority communities get access to housing under the PMAY. “PMAY is linked with the dignity of our citizens,” he added. Linking the scheme to the generation of employment, Modi said, “Due to PMAY, there are employment opportunities being created for people. At the same time, we are working on skill development to enable faster and better quality construction of the houses.”

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