Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy held Spandana video conference with District Collectors and SPs and discussed a wide range of issues including housing, MGNREGS works, YSR Urban Clinics, inspections in Village/ Ward Secretariats, COVID, Seasonal diseases, Disha App, Agriculture, and the schemes to be implemented in October.
During the meeting held here on Wednesday, the Chief Minister directed the officials to focus on pending cases in courts related to housing sites distribution and said the cases were reduced from 834 to 758 since the last Spandana conference and 76 cases were solved benefitting over 8,000 people and added to focus more on 395 cases of 758 pending cases as they were granted a temporary stay. He said mapping is being done layout wise and plot wise with details of beneficiaries and directed the district collectors to complete pending 12.6 percent mapping works. He said verification of pending applications for house sites should be completed immediately and house sites should be allotted to 45,600 beneficiaries in existing layouts and 10,851 in government layouts in December and added that land needs to be acquired to give house site to 1,48,398 people. He said the state government has named one time settlement scheme as the Jagananna Sampoorna Gruha Hakku scheme and the distribution of registered pattas should start in December. He said 10.31 lakh houses were grounded under housing for the poor scheme and directed the officials to bring below basement level houses to above basement level by October 25.
The Chief Minister instructed the Collectors to take measures to start the construction of houses opted under Option 3 on October 25 and create groups with beneficiaries by end of this month and added to focus on providing water facility in housing layouts. He said the construction of houses opted under option 3 can be completed within Rs 1.75 lakh and the eligible beneficiaries can avail a loan of Rs 35,000 and directed the officials to conduct meetings with bankers to provide loans to them. He said District Collectors should review on the construction of houses once a week. He said warehouses should be constructed under MGNREGS works near big layouts for site offices and storing construction materials. He instructed the officials to create awareness among people on Jagananna Sampoorna Gruha Hakku scheme, which will benefit 67 lakh people. He said the amount fixed for one time settlement in rural areas is Rs 10,000, its Rs 15,000 in municipalities and Rs 20,000 in corporations and If anyone has taken a loan from AP Housing Corporation and constructed the house and sold it due to any personal emergencies, the buyer also can get the land registered, provided that he is also poor and doesn’t own a house and added that amount for OTS in such cases in Rs 20,000 in rural areas, Rs30, 000 in urban areas and Rs 40,000 in corporations. He said the point of implementation for Jagananna Sampoorna Gruha Hakku scheme is Village/ Ward Secretariats and instructed the officials to complete all related works within 90 days and added that the Scheme will be launched on December 21. He said the selection of new beneficiaries for TIDCO houses should be completed soon and added to focus on MIG flats in Jagananna Smart townships. He said 3.79 lakh people were interested in it and officials have so far identified 1,001 acres and instructed the officials to complete verification for another 812 acres immediately.