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Andhra CM Jagan lays foundation for housing project

50,793 houses would be constructed in Krishnayapalem layout.

24 , July , 2023

Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy laid the foundation for over 50,000 houses to be constructed at a cost of Rs 1,830 crore in Guntur district. As many as 50,793 houses would be constructed in Krishnayapalem layout under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) - YSR BLC (U) scheme. Located in the Assembly constituencies of Mangalagiri and Tadikonda, these houses will be constructed in the Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) area in 1,400 acres as part of 25 layouts. 

Jagan Mohan Reddy stated, "Through this programme, I am laying the foundation for a social Amaravati which is for everyone. From today onwards, this Amaravati will be an Amaravati of all of us."

While addressing a public meeting at Venkatapalem after laying the foundation, the CM said, “All the beneficiaries will be given documents of their houses at 25 counters. He said respective beneficiaries have been mapped to their volunteers and counters for the smooth handing over of the documents. All the beneficiaries will be photographed in their respective plots and geotagged.” said Reddy. 

According to the CM, the layouts where these thousands of houses are coming up will also have anganwadi centres, schools, shopping centres and parking facilities among others. He noted that most of the beneficiaries chose the option to make the government build houses for them, which is expected to cost Rs 2.75 lakh per unit. 

The CM highlighted that the state government gave 30.75 lakh housing sites to eligible poor people across the state while 22 lakh houses are under construction at various stages. He said the foundation was laid for the project after overcoming several hurdles and alleged that TDP supremo N Chandrababu Naidu, Jana Sena founder Pawan Kalyan and others tried to block the programme, including by going to court. 


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