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Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje Unveiled ‘Affordable Housing’ and ‘Allotment of Land’ Policies


Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje unveiled two important policies pertaining to Affordable Housing and Allotment of Land for different purposes in Urban Areas of Rajasthan 2015.

According to Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, these two policies are a milestone in achieving the government’s aim of Affordable Housing For All. The Rajasthan Government’s earlier policy for affordable housing launched in 2009 was reshaped and reframed as Chief Minister’s Jan Awas Yojana 2015.

In this new policy launched in 2015 was framed in such a way that it:

  • Encouraged developers to construct EWS/ LIG houses on both private and government lands by offering incentives to them
  • Motivated government agencies to take up construction of affordable houses
  • All procedures and norms of allotment had been listed clearly to have transparency.
  • It took in account land allotment for charitable and social institutions, industrial and public utilities, institutions, political parties and government departments.
  • Fast track approval for developers to speed up the process of construction

Raje said that they aim to make the process of allotment of land in urban areas faster and smoother for investors, with these policies. Their key focus area was the housing sector, both from the perspective of inviting investment and providing employment.

A committee had been set up under the chairmanship of Urban Development Minister to ensure the smooth implementation of the Jan Awas Yojana 2015.

 


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