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Houses for Tsunami affected will be distributed on Sep 29

Written by: Staff
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Mysore, Sep 17 (UNI) As many 152 houses constructed by the Suttur Mutt, at Mudliarkuppan in Tamilnadu for those who have lost their houses in the devastating Tsunami in 2004 would be distributed on September 29.

In a press released issued here today it was stated that the Housing project for Tsunami displaced undertaken by the Suttur Mutt here has completed the work of constructing as many 152 houses at Mudliarkuppan in Tamilnadu and would be handed over to the affected on September 29.

The Mutt had constructed 92 houses earlier in its first phase at a cost of 225 lakhs and was distributed by Karnataka Chief Minister Mr H D Kumaraswamy in February 2006. The Karnataka Chief Minister also laid foundation stone for the second phase of housing project on the same day.

The mutt which took lead in providing housing facilities to those who lost their houses in the village in the devastating the tsunami had planned Rs 550 lakhs project to construct 244 houses and collected donations of Rs 225 lakhs from various mutts, industrialists, educational institutions, banks and philanthropies.

The state government also donated Rs 3.29 crores for the project.

Tamilnadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi was expected to participate in the distribution of 152 houses in the II phase in which Karnataka Chief Minister Mr H D Kumaraswamy and other leaders from Karnataka also take part.

Seers Sri Shivarathri Deshkendra Swamiji, Pejawar Sri Vishwesha Theertha Swamiji and Ganapathi Sachghidananda Swamiji of Avadoota Datta Peeta would also grace the occasion the release added.

UNI

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