PM Awas Yojana Uttar Pradesh – Govt. to Construct 27 Lakh Houses

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PM Awas Yojana Uttar Pradesh – Yogi Adityanath arrived to address the public meeting to address the achievements of the Center. He said that the dream of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to provide a concrete housing to all the poor of the country by 2022.

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The State Government will make 27 lakh houses in the state in the next three years while fulfilling his dream. 5 lakh new housing project will be started for rural poor this month. He said that the Government intends to provide cheap and free accommodation in the state.

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Yogi Adityanath told that 61 cities of the state have been selected for AMRUT scheme, while 13 cities have been selected in the smart city scheme. The cities where there is no sewerage will be built. Roads will be better. Pure drinking water will also be available.

The Population of 250 will also be Connected to Road

Yogi said that Adityanath said that the central government is now working to connect the 250 villages of the people under the Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak Yojna (PMGSY) to improve the state of the country’s roads. Roads will be crater-free soon.

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Appreciating the work done by the Center for the youth, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that Prime Minister Modi understands the problems of the youth and ends the interview with the job. While applying for a job, it was difficult for the youngsters to get their certificates attested. Modi changed the system while protecting the honor of youth. You can now self-attest, along with your certificate application form.

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