Union Minister of Housing and Urban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri on March 28 said the Delhi government ought to surrender the unallotted 35,000 houses worked under the Rajiv Ratan Awas Yojan in 2007-10 to the Center, and communicated worry over their broken down condition.
Talking in the Rajya Sabha, he noticed that these houses ought to be made accessible to the focal government for another plan – Affordable Rental Housing Complexes.
Rajiv Ratan Awas Yojana (RRAY)
The Rajiv Ratan Awas Yojana (RRAY) is a halfway supported conspire, carried out somewhere in the range of 2007 and 2010, by the then Delhi government as a feature of the Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Rehabilitation Mission.
Answering during the Question Hour in the Upper House, the priest said the majority of the residential flats are lying empty and furthermore a structure block with 32 houses implied for monetarily more fragile areas had fallen on February 11.
Gotten some information about the explanations behind the structure breakdown, the Delhi government had recorded as a hard copy expressed that there was enormous scope robbery and pilferage, including of steel, during the COVID-19 pandemic. As such, this was an instance of burglary by reprobates which brought about the harm of the construction of those flats, he said.
The Delhi government hosted additionally informed that a third get-together quality review was attempted during the development, he said.
Puri said the Center, notwithstanding, has mentioned the regional government to surrender the excess unallocated 35,000 houses for the new focal plan.
“Indeed, even presently, for the excess 35,000 (flats), we have over and again kept in touch with them to say – – if it’s not too much trouble, make them accessible for reasonable lodging rental edifices so we can give transitory homes (to the destitute),” he said.
“For what reason ought to any space built as some time in the past in 2007 remain unallotted till 2022? Any structure, regardless of whether built to the best and in the event that it is permitted to stay empty, you will have pilferage of fittings. This is a standard practice,” he said.
Answering a question on any criminals captured up until this point, the Union pastor said it is fundamentally the obligation of the regional government.
“We would be glad to restore any of the focal plans.
“Robbery is a crook act. That is something which the authority concerned needs to take on obligation. All things considered, we will help,” he added.
To an idea by a BJP leader to start a test into the matter as the Delhi government has misinformed and given inaccurate data that the robbery occurred during the pandemic though the flats were built way back in 2007-10, Puri said, “I may really support that view.”