Major steps will be undertaken in Transport and Housing for 'Urban Upliftment' in India

PM Narendra Modi Announces New Housing Schemes For The Poor

December 31, 2016 20:40 IST | NDTV news | FULL ARTICLE

For home loans of up to 9 lakhs, the poorest and the most underprivileged will get a four per cent interest benefit. For home loans of up to 12 lakhs, they will get a three per cent interest benefitSubsidised loans will be made available for building or expanding homes in rural India, he said. Low-interest loans will be made available to the urban poor
Housing for all by 2022

The PM Awaas Yojana (Grameen) aims to provide ‘housing for all’ by 2022, with its immediate objective set at reaching 1 crore families by 2018-19.

3 April, 2018 | The Print | FULL ARTICLE

In 2017-18, around 38.67 lakh houses were built under the PMAY(G), and 32.22 lakh in 2016-17. Contrast this with the number of houses completed under the IAY in 2015-16, nearly half at 18.22 lakh. It was lower in the preceding financial years: 11.91 lakh in 2014-15, 10.51 lakh in 2013-14, and 10.49 lakh in 2012-13.As of now, 60 lakh houses are under construction; 47 lakh in “advanced stages of completion”. The ministry’s internal target is to complete 60 lakh houses by June this year, and the entire one crore by December, or March 2019 at the latest.https.

Narendra Modi’s Initiative On The Significance Of Efficient Transportation System

OCT 10, 2017 | blog | FULL ARTICLE

NHAI, has made it official to build 50,000 km of roads by the year 2022, as a part of their long-term plan.The Road Transport and Highways Ministry have invested around 3.17 trillion US$ in order to construct world class roads and flyovers in the country.As per UDAN, passengers will be flying across the country at a 50% rate.As per an announcement made by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), India will become the third largest aviation market in the world by the year 2026.

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