The top six government areas among the top ten include Dungarpur (second), Nagpur (third), Bhagalpur (fifth), Jhunjhunu (sixth), Bikaner (eighth), and Udaipur (ninth).
JAIPUR: First, the provinces of Rajasthan, except for just two of the country’s top 100 provinces in terms of employment under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Grameen (PMAY-G), according to a statement from the Ministry of Rural Development . . Rajasthan In addition, the six states of Rajasthan appear to be in the top 10, 15 and 22 of the country’s top 50 (as of June 15).
Only Tank (109 positions) and Sirohi (156 positions) are in the top 100 in terms of performance under MDC-G. The top six government areas among the top ten include Dungarpur (second), Nagpur (third), Bhagalpur (fifth), Jhunjhunu (sixth), Bikaner (eighth), and Udaipur (ninth).
“This is the first time that 33 of the 33 states have been deployed in 100 countries. It indicates that, despite the financial crisis, development continues. Globally,” he said.
Meanwhile, amid tension between the coalition government and the Center over the opening of $ 685 million (the fiscal year 2020-21), the national treasury released $ 100 million to program beneficiaries. Krishna Kant Pathak, secretary of the rural development department, said: “We expect new houses at 3.90 lakh (2021-22).
Successful applicants selected under the program must take the initiative to build the brand. And again, this time a new attempt has been made to include all buildings under MAYAY-G with higher fields and to be included in MGNREGA. And again, information about the benefits offered to PMAY beneficiaries under the Ujala and electricity program will hang at the door. “
It was first reported, during a dispute between the government and the Center that the delayed distribution of 682.07 crores of funds (for the year 2020-2021), the rate of December this year, resulted in non-compliance. The second and third part of the 76,764 heirs of this regime, bringing the total debt to four hundred and seventy -seven.
Secretary of State Niranjan Arya wrote a letter to the Center last month (May) urging it to provide $ 87.7 billion for housing, agreed the last year 2020-21, as part of the MDC. -G.