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In total, Gmada is building 22 EWS homes, of which the authorities have already acquired 230 hectares of land for the project. A detailed description of the project developed by Gmada.

Supplier: Only the Greater Mohal Development Agency (Gmada) provides finance for the construction of affordable housing and does not cover the minimum cost. The Low-Cost Housing Act (EWS) was enacted after the Punjab government passed the law.

In total, Gmada is building 22 EWS homes, of which the authorities have already acquired 230 hectares of land for the project. Gmada developed a brief description of the entire project.

Pradeep Kumar Agrawal, President of Gmada (California), said: “The plan has been completely shaken by the Punjab government. A detailed description of the project is also available and the cost of the project is being considered. We look forward to the introduction of the law to begin construction. “

Gmada has acquired 22 hectares of land from 46 builders in various areas over the past five years as part of an economic housing strategy (SAP), but authorities have not built 22,000 houses, the poor were left behind.

According to the report, Gmada will build houses in four cities covering 55 hectares or 13.49 hectares in Atrocity, 17.48 hectares in IT City, 3.60 hectares in Eco-City I, and 20.17 hectares in Eco-City. In II. About seven houses will be built on four rooms, including the basement, on one acre. The house is sold to the poor at the price of 10 Laws/house.

According to the charter, these homes can be built at an affordable price, and community members, such as schools, multi-purpose buildings, and help centers, in places where they can find the health of the beneficiaries.

The houses are built with the latest technology without bricks. Eligible families supported by banks provide them with lower monthly interest rates.

SAP-supported family income should not exceed 3 stops per year in all areas, as reviewed by the Government of India or Punjab from time to time.

Eligible applicants must provide proof of Punjab birth or ten years residence in the district from the date of registration, such as an Adaar card, medium size, and voter registration, copy of driver’s license, passport, and others.

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