Chandigarh, Nov 10 (UNI) As many as 13,231 houses will be constructed under the Indira Awas Yojna at a cost of Rs 33.07 crore for people living below poverty line during the current financial year in Haryana.
Giving this information here today, an official spokesman said that out of these houses 1950 houses would be constructed for minority community at a cost of Rs 4.95 crore.
As many as 1301 houses will be constructed in Sirsa district at a cost of Rs 3.25 crore. A sum of Rs 1.61 crore had already been allotted to the district so far for construction of 645 houses for BPL families, including more than 100 families belonging to minority community.
An amount of Rs 2.89 crore had been allotted to Yamuna Nagar district for construction of 1160 houses.
The spokesman said 980 housing units would be constructed in Hisar district, 827 houses in Fatehabad district, 781 houses in Ambala district, 759 houses in Bhiwani district, 679 houses in Faridabad district, 492 houses in Gurgaon district, 496 houses in Jhajjar district, 435 houses in Jind district, 412 houses in Kaithal district and 828 houses in Karnal district.
For the construction of housing units for the people living below poverty line under the Indira Awas Yojna, a sum of Rs 1.22 crore would be spent in Kurukshetra, Rs 1.74 crore in Mewat, Rs 1.60 crore in Mohindergarh, Rs 97.80 lakh in Panchkula, Rs 87.16 lakh in Panipat, Rs 1.24 crore in Rewari, Rs 90.79 lakh in Rohtak and Rs1.62 crore in Sonipat districts.