Fresh Survey of Landless Families Soon in Odisha under Biju Pucca Ghar Yojana (Mining) & Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY-G)

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13th September 2018 | Category: Odisha

Fresh survey of landless families is going to conduct by the state government of under Biju Pucca Ghar Yojana (Mining) and Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana –Gramin (PMAY-G) in Odisha. The state government has asked the collectors to conduct fresh survey on campaign mode to identify total number of homestead landless families in rural areas. This proof process would keep running in battle mode to identify beneficiaries under PMAY-G and Biju Pucca Ghar Yojana.
The list of beneficiaries will be prepared as per the eligibility criteria for allotment of homestead land under relevant provisions of Odisha Government Land Settlement Act and Rules and Odisha Prevention of Land Encroachment Act and Rules. In May, the Revenue and Disaster Management Department has invited applications from eligible homestead landless families through advertisements. The state government has also asked the collectors to purchase private land in districts where suitable government land is not available for construction of houses.
As per officially information revenue department instructions have been already issued to collectors in mineral bearing districts to purchase private land from District Mineral Foundation (DMF) fund for beneficiaries under Biju Pucca Ghar Yojana (Mining) and Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana –Gramin (PMAY-G). While 97,149 families have been identified so far , he said, requisite funds will be palced with the collectors to purchase private land in rest of the districts after the fresh survey.”Once the survey is completed, a detailed guideline will be issued to districts for distribution of house sites to eligible beneficiaries. Sub-collectors and Additional District Magistrates will monitor the progress at a regular interval”.
Disaster Management Minister Maheshwar Mohantry has asked the districts, which had reported enumeration figures below 1,000 under Vasundhara Scheme to re-examine and re-submit figures by August. He had also directed the Revenue Inspectors (RIs) to submit a certificate to their respective tehsildars stating that no homestead landless families have left uncovered in the survey. Meanwhile, the department has instructed districts to dispose all Bedanbobasta case by September 30

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