Tier-I cities identified in Maharashtra under the first phase of ‘Housing for All’

Tier-I cities identified in Maharashtra under the first phase of ‘Housing for All’

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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA   
MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN AFFAIRS

LOK SABHA 

UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 3043
ANSWERED ON MARCH 12, 2020 

HOUSING FOR ALL IN MAHARASHTRA

SHRI RANJEETSINGH HINDURAO NAIK NIMBALKAR

Will the Minister of HOUSING AND URBAN AFFAIRS be pleased to state:

(a) the details of Tier-I cities identified in Maharashtra under the first phase of ‘Housing for All’ by 2020;

(b) the details of the funds earmarked for these cities during the current financial year;

(c) the details of the amount released to Maharashtra under the first phase of the said mission as on date;

(d) whether no  specific  proposals have  been  made  in providing housing to the urban destitute in these cases; and

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(e) the measures taken by the Government for proper monitoring for timely completion of these schemes?

ANSWER
THE MINISTER OF STATE (INDEPENDENT CHARGE) OF THE 
MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN AFFAIRS
(SHRI HARDEEP SINGH PURI)

(a)& (b) All statutory towns as per census 2011 and towns notified subsequently including Notified Planning/Development Areas in Maharashtra as well as in other States/UTs are eligible for coverage under PMAY (U) Mission. In the case of Maharashtra, a list of Class-I cities along with the central assistance sanctioned during current Financial Year is enclosed at Annexure-I.

(c) PMAY(U) has no provision of phase-wise covering of cites/towns. All statutory towns as per census 2011 and towns notified subsequently including Notified Planning/Development Areas are eligible for coverage in the Mission. So far, an amount of Rs.5,681.65 crores has  been released to Maharashtra under PMAY(U).

(d) Yes, Sir. However, urban destitute can avail benefit under various components of PMAY(U), if otherwise eligible as perscheme guidelines.

(e) The following measures have been taken by Government for proper monitoring for timely completion of the scheme - -

  • Central Sanctioning and Monitoring Committee (CSMC) constituted under the chairmanship of Secretary, MoHUA generally meets every month to sanction central assistance for new projects and reviews the progress of the Mission
  • Ministry monitors progress of the Mission  through periodic review meetings, video-conferences and field visits.
  • State Level Sanctioning and Monitoring Committee(SLSMC) under chairmanship of Chief Secretary of the concerned State/UT reviews the progress of implementation of the Mission at the State level.
  • The scheme is also being monitored through periodic MIS reports from States/UTs.
  • Payment through Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) Mode and Aadhaar seeding of beneficiaries for transparency and accountability.
  • Use of Information/Space Technology through PMAY(U)- MIS (Management Information System), Bhuvan Portal, PFMS (Public Financial Management System) and Geo- tagging/Geo-fencing of sanctioned houses for effective monitoring.
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Annexure I referred in reply to LSQ No - 3043 due for 12.03.2020
List of Class-I cities along with details of houses and central assistance sanctioned over all as well as during the current year under PMAY(U)


S.No.


Name of city
Houses Sanctioned during 2019-
20
Central Assistance Sanctioned during 2019-20 (Rs. in cr.)

Cumulative Houses Sanctioned
Cumulative Central assistance Sanctioned (Rs. in cr.)
1
Achalpur
149
2.47
699
10.83
2
Ahmednagar
1,949
37.37
5,511
103.97
3
Akola
625
11.00
7,094
111.93
4
Ambarnath
1,019
23.70
30,446
491.82
5
Amravati
1,646
28.00
9,992
156.30
6
Aurangabad
1,591
36.69
7,366
149.63
7
Badlapur
1,627
39.18
14,743
287.00
8
Barshi
67
1.27
5,444
82.08
9
Bhiwandi Nizampur
1,117
22.66
8,560
142.80
10
Bhusawal
122
2.48
5,806
89.56
11
Bid
2,241
34.42
3,195
51.10
12
Chandrapur
132
2.77
2,789
44.50
13
Dhule
356
6.73
2,242
36.55
14
Gondiya
35
0.65
1,109
16.99
15
Greater Mumbai
4,222
76.87
2,12,145
2,230.17
16
Hinganghat
373
5.66
1,899
28.62
17
Ichalkaranji
287
4.77
1,335
21.13
18
Jalgaon
1,223
25.30
5,268
101.15
19
Jalna
256
4.63
1,862
31.70
20
Kalyan-Dombivli
2,667
62.68
9,743
225.46
21
Kolhapur
901
18.34
3,745
69.50
22
Latur
3,468
54.08
6,497
102.37
23
Malegaon
295
4.99
1,199
20.56
24
Mira-Bhayandar
935
21.55
3,081
70.91
25
Nagpur
12,917
206.13
37,347
595.41
26
Nanded Waghala
2,246
34.79
9,879
151.62
27
Nandurbar
127
2.49
662
11.00
28
Nashik
5,053
120.23
19,353
438.03
29
Navi Mumbai
63,644
967.11
1,16,806
1,791.12
30
Navi Mumbai Panvel Raigarh (CT)
-
-
-
-
31
Osmanabad
370
5.92
2,987
45.53
32
Panvel
3,601
76.93
24,227
433.82
33
Parbhani
715
11.24
2,073
32.08
34
Pimpri Chinchwad
3,480
74.60
18,487
345.87
35
Pune
31,959
599.10
1,13,117
1,966.88
36
Sangli Miraj Kupwad
505
10.86
2,002
39.32
37
Satara
704
15.96
4,926
89.85
38
Solapur
11,365
173.79
48,259
721.88
39
Thane
16,630
297.39
43,539
805.57
40
Udgir
421
6.38
1,625
24.50
41
Ulhasnagar
30
0.71
130
3.03
42
Vasai-Virar
2,505
59.72
68,729
1,114.18
43
Wardha
101
1.94
960
15.51
44
Yavatmal
871
13.79
3,768
59.18
Total
1,84,547
3,207.30
8,70,646
13,360.92

Source : Lok Sabha

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