‘No bathrooms in 50% homes under PM Awaas Yojana’ | Jaipur News

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JAIPUR: The CAG report has found several deficiencies in the execution of Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana-Gramin (PMAY-G) from the state. One of the sample finished homes, 31. 02% homes stay vacant or are used for non-residential functions while 49. 15% homes have no bathrooms regardless of the state being announced open defecation free (ODF), stated the report.
PMAY-G was started on April 1, 2016, together with the aim of supplying pucca houses with basic amenities to most of the homeless and people living in kuchha homes by 2022.
A financial help of Rs 1. 20 lakh was paid into the beneficiaries in 3 instalments connected with progress of building of the home. Total 6. 87 lakh homes were to be assembled in the country in three years out of 2016-17 into 2018-19.
The performance audit in certain selected districts, blocks and panchayats demonstrates that although the progress in structure was great, various flaws were found in execution.
“Because of deficiencies in identification of the inheritance, just 16. 99 lakh from 40. 57 lakh beneficiaries were identified punctually. Therefore, the strategy catered to just 41. 88percent of the planned beneficiaries beating the vison of’home for all’,” stated the report.
Struggling to upload the information pertaining to 7. 15 lakh beneficiaries led to denial from the Central government to add them ‘permanent waiting list’ depriving them of the advantage of this scheme. Support for landless beneficiaries and individuals with disabilities wasn’t given to this mandated extent.
The analysis stated the aim of convergence with different approaches to guarantee access to basic amenities such as bathrooms, energy, clean drinking water and fresh cooking gas in the finished homes couldn’t be attained to the specified level.
Instances of delayed transport of Central and country share into the country nodal account, postponed the launch of first instalment to the inheritance, double payment of the same instalment to beneficiaries and delay in entry of audit report had been discovered. In any case, observation and review of this plot, implementation was insufficient and grievance redressal mechanism stayed paralyzed.

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