Navi Delhi: PM Awas Yojana: There is big news for the beneficiaries of PM Awas Yojana. The government has made major changes in the rules of PM Awas Yojana. If you do not know these new rules, your allotment may be canceled. Also, if you have been allotted a Prime Minister’s house, you should know that it will be mandatory to stay in it for five years, otherwise your allotment will be canceled. The houses for which a registered lease agreement is being given now or the people who will fulfill this agreement in the future are not the registry.
Changes in the rules under PM accommodation
The government will see for five years whether you have used these houses or not. If you live in it, this agreement will be converted into a lease deed. Otherwise, the Development Authority will terminate the agreement with you. After this, the amount you have deposited will not be refunded. This means that the rigging will stop.
Many agreements have to be made
Kanpur is the first development authority where people are being given the right to live in a house under a registered lease agreement. In the first phase, an agreement was reached with 60 people in the camp organized on the initiative of KDA vice-president Arvind Singh. At the same time, he said, agreements are yet to be signed with more than 10,900 occupants on this basis.
Flats will not be free hold
Under the terms and conditions, flats built under the Urban Prime Minister’s Housing Scheme will never be free hold. Even after five years, people will have to live on rent. It would be beneficial for people who rent a house under the PM Awas Yojana to stop almost now.
What are the rules?
If a distributor dies, the lease will only be transferred to the family member as per the rules. KDA will not enter into any agreement with any other family. Under the agreement, the occupants will have to use the houses for 5 years. After this the lease of the houses will be undone.
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