Baramulla, October 02:

In a significant development to realize the Jammu and Kashmir UT Administration’s visionary housing scheme, District Administration Baramulla today alloted 05 marla land to landless PMAY-G beneficiaries in Baramulla.

Giving it a nod, Additional District Development Commissioner Baramulla, Aijaz Abdullah Saraf in presence Assistant Commissioner Revenue Baramulla, Peerzada Mumtaz Ahmad today handed over sanction orders of 05 marlas of land to five landless eligible beneficiaries of Baramulla under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana- Gramin (PMAY-G) Scheme 2023.

Pertinently, as envisaged under PMAY-G Scheme, any person with a J&K domicile who does not own family land or is not entitled to inherit 5 marla or more land will be in the scheme’s ambit.

After officiating the transfer of land rights and other codal formalities, Additional District Development Commissioner extended happiness and congratulated the beneficiaries on receiving the land documents.

While highlighting the benefits of the scheme, the ADDC said that this commendable effort aimed at fostering upliftment and empowerment of the landless families. He added that the step is expected not only to enhance the living conditions of these five families but also serve as an example of inclusive development for communities across the district.

Asserting that the district administration is committed to implement the PMAY-G Scheme for deserving beneficiaries at grass root level, the ADC said that various cases are in the waiting list which will be finalized after verification of credentials and other process as per the guidelines issued by the government.


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