The Aurangabad Municipal Corporation recently organized a campaign at the Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad Research Centre in order to guide all the beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Aawas Yojna [PMAY] component 4. According to the sources, more than 200 beneficiaries participated in the camp.
In total, the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation has received 80,518 applications for the different components of PMAY and out of 10,842 applications that were particularly received for PMAY’s component 4 only 731 were found eligible along with all the necessary documents.
The State Government gave approval to the proposal sent by the municipal corporation for these 731 beneficiaries. In order to avail benefits of the scheme, the beneficiaries from multiple areas like Bhadkal Gate, Rauzabaug, Ganesh Colony, Juna Bazaar, Shahgunj, Baijipura, Roshan Gate, Indira Nagar, Chelipura, Mondha, Kiradpura, Shahbazar, Katkat Gatea and Noor Colony areas met.
The component 4 of the scheme allows a person to receive Rs. 2.5 lakh from the government to construct a pucca house in over 30 sq.m. This condition can only be fulfilled if the person is an Indian citizen and has a lesser annual income than Rs.3 lakh.
This amount will be granted to the beneficiaries in 5 parts and the process to the same will commence after they submit the construction permission via an architect along with the receipts for the payment of construction permission processing fee, city development fee, development charges, land development fee and betterment fee.
Shaikh Qamar, AMC’s executive engineer was there that the camp to guide the beneficiaries and also cleared the doubt of the beneficiaries as directed by Nipun Vinayak, municipal commissioner.
Vijaya Ghadge, PMAY special executive engineer, assistant engineer SS Ramdasi and junior engineer Aarti Navgire were also present at the camp.