Maharashtra receives funds for infrastructure development allocated under Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana-Gramin

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During the last three years i.e. from 2018-19 to 2020-21, an amount of Rs.93,494.83 Crore (including Rs.4260.96 Crore for Maharashtra) has been released to States /UTs for construction of houses in rural areas under Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana- Gramin (PMAY-G).

The district-wise number of houses constructed under PMAY-G in the State of Maharashtra during the last three years is given at Annexure. The district-wise details of houses constructed for all the states can be seen at PMAY-G website: https://www.pmayg.nic.in (under A1 Report regarding Houses Completed in a financial year).

In order to achieve “Housing for All” in rural areas, the Ministry of Rural Development is implementing Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana- Gramin (PMAY-G) with effect from 1st April 2016 to provide assistance to eligible rural households with overall target to construct 2.95 crore pucca houses with basic amenities. The beneficiaries under PMAY-G are identified from Socio Economic Caste Census (SECC)-2011 and also from Awaas+ survey conducted for identification of households, who though eligible for assistance under PMAY-G, but claimed to be not included in the list of eligible beneficiaries under SECC 2011. The year-wise targets allocated to States /UTs and to Maharashtra on the basis of SECC 2011 and Awaas+ database year-wise under PMAY-G are given as under:

 

Financial Year

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20

2020-21

2021-22

All India Targets

42,33,011

31,54,507

25,13,662

58,62,199

44,24,610

61,02,372 

Maharashtra

2,30,422

1,50,934

68,464

3,54,501

3,09,741

3,91,921

 

District-wise number of houses constructed under PMAY-G in Maharashtra during the last three years (2018-19 to 2020-21)

 

S.No.

Name of the District

Total No. of houses constructed (units in Nos.)

1

AHMEDNAGAR

19689

2

AKOLA

17474

3

AMRAVATI

33722

4

AURANGABAD

8677

5

BEED

5840

6

BHANDARA

18636

7

BULDHANA

9177

8

CHANDRAPUR

10922

9

DHULE

29082

10

GADCHIROLI

11579

11

GONDIA

59487

12

HINGOLI

4758

13

JALGAON

23162

14

JALNA

3643

15

KOLHAPUR

5740

16

LATUR

3953

17

NAGPUR

12167

18

NANDED

14156

19

NANDURBAR

63704

20

NASHIK

37363

21

OSMANABAD

1991

22

PALGHAR

16655

23

PARBHANI

2342

24

PUNE

6434

25

RAIGAD

4070

26

RATNAGIRI

2468

27

SANGLI

6503

28

SATARA

2973

29

SINDHUDURG

1692

30

SOLAPUR

11517

31

THANE

2469

32

WARDHA

5365

33

WASHIM

2904

34

YAVATMAL

15695

 

Total

4,76,009

This information was given by Union Minister of State for Rural Development Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti in a written reply in Rajya Sabha recently.



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