Himachal PM Awas Yojana Loan Extension of House Poor People – Apply Online

By | September 11, 2016

Himachal PM Awas Yojana Loan for Extension of House to Poor People – Apply Online, HP Government to fund poor people for extension of their houses.

The Prime Minister Garib Awas Yojana is currently active in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The state government is funding the people with financial problems with a loan of 1.30 lakh per candidate right now. This amount will be increased by the government of Himachal Pradesh and extended to include 70 thousand per person in the loan. This 70 thousand sum will be loaned by the government to the candidates belonging to below poverty line homes for extending their homes. This decision was made after a meeting conducted on Thursday with the Rural Development Board and the Panchayati raj as well as representatives from the registered banks to avail the loans from. The supervision of this meeting was done by the executive from the department of rural welfare and development R.Selvam.

Himachal PM Awas Yojana Loan Extension of House Poor People

The meeting was called to discuss the various rules and regulations for lending loans to the applicants under the PM Grameen Awas Yojana. The other issues that were addressed during this meeting on Thursday were regarding the rate of interest that will be charged from the beneficiaries. The responsibilities and formalities that have to be completed on the part of the beneficiaries were also discussed in an attempt to make the process easier for the people. The government is striving with a strong pace towards bringing about development and welfare to each community and the community that needs the most strengthening is the financially weak section of the society. Because a major portion of our economy still resides below the poverty line and lives in below optimal conditions, the government has to start at grass root levels to bring about an economical shift that creates a positive change. The backbone of the society and the spine of the working model of the current infrastructure is the population that is below the poverty line and laboring to produce the changes that the higher quotas of the society enjoy.

PM Awas Yojana Loan for Extension of House to Poor People

PM Awas Yojana Loan for Extension of House to Poor People

To bring preliminary changes, the government of India has released myriad schemes and yojana that are exclusively created keeping a a bird eye view of this section of the society. In an attempt to increase the economy and also bring positive changes, the schemes that are focused on lifestyle changes are currently instated in a large number of states. The PM free LPG gas scheme, the Schemes for increasing the employment of BPL family members, and the scheme that is for helping these families in making concrete houses for themselves are currently at place in Himachal Pradesh.

PM Awas Yojana Loan for Extension of House to Poor People

Under the PM Grameen Awas Yojana the state was funding a loan of Rs. 1.30 lakh for the families which was increased by Rs. 70 thousand for extension of the built home recently. This year the state government has set a goal of building 3644 concrete homes for BPL families in the state. The demand for increasing the set sum to Rs. 2 lakh in total was initiated by the Rural Development and Welfare Society and was addressed in a meeting presided over by the department’s supervisor. All the registered bank had representatives present at this meeting to decide the rules and regulations as well as discuss the loan rates that will be applicable for the beneficiaries of this scheme.

We hope that many of the families that are currently under the BPL will apply to this scheme by visiting their nearest nationalized bank and get complete details about the loan interest rates and other formalities that have to be followed in order to avail the loan. The state government will be initiating the new reforms within the next few days once the process is completed.

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