According to a report by the rural development department, approximately 3.16 lakh houses are incomplete under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Grameen (PMAY-G). Barmer district has the highest number of such houses i.e, 49,121, Banswara comes second with 33, 815 incomplete houses. Jodhpur with 21,837 ranks third in terms of incomplete houses.
According to data of the Rural Development Department, the construction of 13.33 lakh approve houses under PMAY-G completed from 2016-17 to 2020-21.
Even after 12 months of approving the first installment of funds, 79,437 houses still not completed. After 9 months of approving the first installment of fund, 86,425 houses are yet to be completed. After 6 months of approving the first installment of fund, 1.77 lakh houses still not completed.
In Jaipur, out of 13,455 authorized houses under PMAY-G, about 11,000 houses have been completed and 2,408 houses are still incomplete.
Rohit Kumar Singh, Additional Chief Secretary (ACS) of the department has ordered all district collectors to complete the remaining 3.17 lakh houses. Those houses should be complete at the rate of 4,768 houses per day by 31 March. (These directions issued on 15 January 2021).
After 2 month of ‘Pura Kaam, Pura Daam’ movement in the state under MGNREGA, the wage rate in the Rural Development Department selected district has risen to Rs 196. A department official said, the average wage rate had risen from Rs 169 to Rs 193 in the first fortnight of the movement. In the third fortnight, the campaign covering more than 20 different activities. The fourth fortnight would cover all the activities under the scheme.
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