Housing scheme a boon for Sherdin of Nihaluwal
Additional Deputy Commissioner handed over the home to the beneficiary of Nihaluwal
Barnala: Houses constructed under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Rural) are proving to be a blessing for the needy. Under this scheme, an quantity of Rs. 1.20 lakh is offered to the needy for the development of houses, 90 labor funds are additionally paid. This scheme has proved to be a godsend for Sherdin Khan resident of village Nihaluwal in Mehal Kalan block, who has spent his total life in a mud home till now.
Disclosing this right here at this time Deputy Commissioner Barnala Tej Partap Singh Phoolka mentioned that in In-district Barnala, 217 houses have been constructed up to now under the goal of 2016-20. Besides, a complete of 3656 houses have been registered on the housing portal, the verification of which is in progress, and if accredited by the federal government, the needy houses can be benefited to the eligible candidates. 99 houses have been constructed under Block Barnala, 45 under Mehal Kalan, and 73 under Sehna.
On this event, Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Barnala Mr. Aditya Dechalwal inaugurated the home of beneficiary Sherdin Khan at village Nihaluwal of Block Mehal Kalan under the scheme and offered the emblem of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana to the beneficiary. Block Development and Panchayat Officer Mahil Kalan Mr. Bhushan Kumar mentioned that up to now 45 houses have been constructed under Block Mahil Kalan and 944 houses have been registered on the Awas Plus portal. PMAY (G) Scheme Coordinator Puneet Menon mentioned that under the Awas Yojana scheme the beneficiary is given an quantity of Rs. 1,20 lakh for constructing a home in three installments moreover 90 days wage under the MGNREGA scheme. Speaking on the event, former MLA Harchand Kaur Ghanori mentioned that this scheme is proving to be a blessing for the needy. Sarpanch Kiranjit Kaur, social employee Jaswinder Singh, Gagandeep Singh APO, Kuldeep Singh Gram Rozgar Sevak, Inderjit Singh JE, Jagjit Singh JE, Jagga Singh Panch, Jugraj Singh Panch, and different villagers had been current on the event.
Sherdin Khan thanked the federal government and the administration
Beneficiary Sherdin Khan, 60, mentioned that since he regained consciousness, he had been dwelling in a mud home and his home was in a really unhealthy situation. Sherdin, a laborer mentioned he had no kids and that he and his spouse had been dwelling in a mud home. He mentioned that with the scheme of the federal government and the efforts of the administration, he has lastly bought a everlasting house.