Beneficiaries Under PMAY(G)

Ministry of Rural Development

Beneficiaries Under PMAY(G)

Posted On: 09 JUL 2019 6:11PM by PIB Delhi
 

   Out of 1.03 crore houses sanctioned till 8.7.2019 under Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana - Gramin (PMAY-G), 62.92 lakh landless beneficiaries, who derive major part of their income from manual casual labour, have been sanctioned houses. State Govt./UT Administrations, responsible to provide land to the landless, are yet to provide land to 3.26 lakh landless PMAY-G beneficiaries. The State/UT-wise details, including Maharashtra, are given at Annexure-I.

    Under PMAY-G, landless beneficiaries are accorded the highest priority and are on top in the Permanent Wait List. Concerned State Govts./UT Administrations are responsible to provide land to the landless PMAY-G beneficiary from the government land or any other land including  public land (Panchayat common land, community land or land belonging to other local authorities). The matter of providing land to the landless PMAY-G beneficiaries is reviewed regularly by the Ministry with the States/UTs, including at the highest level in the States/UTs.

    The details of beneficiaries identified for assistance and the beneficiaries provided assistance under rural housing scheme during the last 5 years are available in E4 report and A2 report, respectively at website https://pmayg.nic.in. The data is drillable upto beneficiary level for the States/UTs. The number of houses sanctioned under rural housing scheme in the last 5 years in 13 districts of Bundelkhand region is given at Annexure II.

    This information was given in a written reply by the Union Minister for Rural Development, Shri Narendra Singh Tomar in the Lok Sabha today.

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APS/SNC/AS

Annexure-I

 

 

State/UT wise number of houses sanctioned to landless households deriving the major part of their income from manual casual labour and landless beneficiaries who are yet to be allotted land by the States/UTs as on 08.07.2019

 

 

 

No. of houses sanctioned to landless

Landless beneficiaries

Sr. No.

State

households deriving the major part of

yet to be allotted land

 

 

their income from manual casual labour

by State/UTs

 

 

 

 

1

Andaman and Nicobar

122

1083

2

Andhra Pradesh

56321

4806

3

Arunachal Pradesh

68

0

4

Assam

103676

16027

5

Bihar

860659

30151

6

Chhattisgaerh

478906

1904

7

Dadra and Nagar Haveli

1136

59

8

Diu and Daman

3

189

9

Goa

42

66

10

Gujarat

89563

3711

11

Haryana

16586

14

12

Himachal Pradesh

909

223

3

J and K

5663

0

14

Jharkhand

180431

245

15

Karnataka

52568

3786

16

Kerala

11946

5607

17

Lakshadweep

18

0

18

Madha Pradesh

1121132

2481

19

Maharashtra

409485

89024

20

Manipur

2599

0

21

Meghalaya

8435

820

22

Mizoram

370

0

23

Nagaland

413

0

24

Odisha

581825

45842

25

Punjab

12376

448

26

Rajasthan

330690

25297

27

Sikkim

147

0

28

Tamil Nadu

227530

76809

29

Telangana

0

-

30

Tripura

12063

65

31

Uttar Pradesh

671431

0

32

Uttarakhand

5847

68

33

West Bengal

1048730

17365

 

Total

6291690

326090

 

 

 

Annexure-II

 

Number of Houses sanctioned under IAY/PMAY-G in the districts under Bundelkhand region in last 5 years

 

S. No.

District

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

Total

1

BANDA

9426

2221

7233

8821

9058

36759

2

CHITRAKOOT

3555

1397

5149

4009

4263

18373

3

HAMIRPUR

1983

968

3118

2470

2404

10943

4

JALAUN

6111

2064

4929

3302

2505

18911

5

JHANSI

1629

1660

4070

3662

1803

12824

6

LALITPUR

1998

3415

3908

3107

2527

14955

7

MAHOBA

1903

1056

2827

1438

1992

9261

8

CHHATARPUR

2156

1606

9633

10319

13244

36958

9

DAMOH

1853

1451

9862

14139

15506

42811

10

DATIA

786

659

2925

1132

3536

9038

11

PANNA

1668

1483

7301

9979

13456

33887

12

SAGAR

2656

2256

13539

21669

23647

63767

13

TIKAMGARH

1430

1125

13096

7287

8872

31810

 

Total

37154

21361

87590

91334

102813

340252

 

 



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