Mumbai: The lottery for 8,288 houses of MHADA’s Konkan Mandal (Mhada Lottery 2021) will be announced today. The event will be telecast live on MHADA’s website. The draw will be inaugurated by Housing Minister Jitendra Awhad and will be attended by Union Minister of State for Panchayats Kapil Patil, Urban Development Minister and Thane Guardian Minister Eknath Shinde, Minister of State for Housing Satej Patil and Thane Mayor Naresh Mhaske.
Kashinath Ghanekar from Thane will be released in the hall. – The draw will be telecast live from http://mhada.ucast.in. Also, 100 people will be admitted in the hall as per the first come first served basis, said Nitin Mahajan, Chief Officer, Konkan Mandal.
The draw will start at 10 am and will be drawn online according to the individual code number. The list of winners will be published on MHADA’s website after the completion of the drawing process. The Konkan Divisional Board was announced to leave for nearly 9,000 houses after a three-year wait. The MHADA lottery was postponed due to the Covid 19 crisis. This year, 6500 houses have been included as part of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, 2000 houses as part of Mandal and 500 houses as part of some other projects.
MHADA’s decision to bring relief to the common man
However, for the past few years, the home lottery of both circles has not been drawn due to the remaining reasons, including the corona. Among them was a house lottery from the Konkan Mandal. However, there was no movement for several days. So this year, the picture is that the dream of a common man’s house will remain a dream. However, now MHADA has taken a decision that will bring relief to the common man.
The house will cost around Rs 38 lakh to Rs 40 lakh
According to the Konkan Mandal lottery, 20 houses in Vadavalli and 350 houses in Kasarawadavali are for the low-income group and the value of these houses will be around Rs 16 lakh. Vartak Nagar in Thane will have 67 low-income houses with an area of 320 square feet. The house will cost around Rs 38 lakh to Rs 40 lakh. 1 thousand 300 houses will be available at Virar. One thousand houses will be for the low income group and the rest for the middle income group.
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