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PMAY scheme distributed in Kokrajhar

Assam forest minister and local MLA of Kokrajhar east LAC Pramila Rani Brahma inaugurates the ceremoniall distribution of letter intent(LOI) to the Prime Minister Awas Yajana of Housing Financial Assistance((PMAY-HFA) at a programme held at KDSA stadium in Kokrajhar on Thursday.

The programme was organised by BTC Urban Development Department in association with Kokrajhar Municipality Board to distribute the cheques and sanction letters of the PMAY ventures among urban beneficiaries. Altogether 3363 beneficiaries from four BTAD districts are getting the PMAY-HFA scheme to construct healthy housing in their respective areas. In Kokrajhar, 2554 beneficiaries have been sanctioned to the scheme,Basugaon town got 526,Kajalgaon 156 and Bijni town 127 under the scheme.

Minister Brahma while distributing the sanctioned letter said that state government has been emphasized to give housing facilities among citizens to make healthy living.She said that citizens must be uplifted through the healthy leading life and integrated society.She has urged beneficiaries to implement the houses that are providing from government among needy citizens.
 ‘I do hope the beneficiaries are getting the housing projects under Prime Minister Awas Yayana (PMAY).It is an initiative to meet people’s needy and housing supports in the state’,Brahma added.

Bishnu Narzary,chairman of KMB told that PMAY beneficiaries were given away letter of intend to construct urban houses among the needy citizens.

BTC executive members Doneswar Goyary,Rajiob Brahma,Niranjan Baruah,Deputy Commissioner,Kokrajhar,Daorao Dekhreb Narzary,chairman of Kokrajhar Development Authority were prominent attendees on the occasion.


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