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Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir Manoj Sinha has said that the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Grameen), PMAY-G will fulfill beneficiaries’ dream of a 'Pucca House’ with basic amenities, boost their self-esteem, social status and standard of living. 

The LG said that the welfare of the poor & vulnerable section is the top priority of the UT administration and the PMAY-G benefits genuinely homeless, those living in dilapidated houses and a large number of women & households from vulnerable groups.

He said that our aim is to build a strong and prosperous rural J&K and dedicated efforts are being made to fill the gap between policies and implementation.



The basic needs assistance will give impetus to rural development and empower the poorest, he added. The LG maintained that Basic needs like electricity, toilet, drinking water, LPG connection and other facilities for the PMAY-G houses are being met through convergence of other government schemes.

The LG yesterday transferred installments to the tune of Rs. 149.17 crore directly to the bank accounts of 35,097 beneficiaries under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Gramin, at the Civil Secretariat, Jammu. The LG also said that our target is to build more than 2 lakh houses and special camps have been organized to identify the left out deserving beneficiaries of PMAY.



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