The budget session of the Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly heated up on the issue of PM’s residence, the opposition staged a walkout on the minister’s reply.

Chhattisgarh On Monday, in the budget session of the Vidhan Sabha, the opposition surrounded the ruling party on the Prime Minister’s residence issue. The BJP sought information on the action taken by the government to include the excluded people in the scheme. Dissatisfied with the minister’s reply in the matter, the opposition protested by walking out of the House.

BJP MLA Punnulal Mohile raised the issue of PM’s residence. He said that according to the survey list of the year 2011, what action will be taken to include the people left out in the PM Awas Yojana in the list again. On this, Panchayat Minister Ravindra Choubey said that the government has decided to conduct the survey.

In April 2023, all those eligible people who are left will be included. The opposition also questioned the number of housing. Describing the goal of building houses from the Center to the opposition, Minister Ravindra Choubey said that I myself got confused while telling them. On this, the opposition said that the government is snatching the houses of the poor. The minister is misleading the House.

The minister said – a total of 676.45 crore state share was given
The minister replied that every time the opposition gives different figures. 16 lakh houses were not houses, a total of 16 lakh were to be built. 1 lakh 51 thousand 100 was sanctioned in the financial year 2019-20. Similarly, 1 lakh 57 thousand 815 houses were approved in 2020-21. Not a single house was approved in the year 2021-22.

In the year 2022-23, 79 thousand PM houses have been approved. Total 3 lakh 87 thousand 915 houses were sanctioned in 4 years. A total amount of 676.45 crore state share has been given for this. The minister said that due to the condition of the Corona period, we could not give the state share, but it is the misfortune of the country that the central government did injustice to the poor.

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