Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi introduces ‘Mera Ghar Mere Naam’ scheme

Punjab Cm Charanjit Singh Channi
Image Source: PTI Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi deals with a press conference concerning the ‘Mera Ghar Mere Naam’ plan to bestow proprietary rights on individuals living in the houses within the ‘Lal Lakir’ of villages and the cities, in Chandigarh.

Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Sunday released ‘Mera Ghar Mere Naam’ scheme to give ownership rights to individuals residing in houses within the ‘lal lakir’ of towns and cities.

‘Lal lakir’ describes land that becomes part of the village habitation and is used for non-agriculture purposes just.

Addressing an event during a state-level function arranged here, the chief minister, accompanied by Deputy Chief Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa and Income Minister Aruna Chaudhary, visualized that this scheme will provide much required help to all individuals, specifically those from needy and impoverished strata.

He stated that earlier this scheme was released only for the citizens of villages and now it is being encompassed the eligible residents of the cities within the ‘lal lakir’.

Channi said that the Profits department has actually been mandated to undertake drone survey of such residential homes both in rural and city areas for digital mapping.

The chief minister stated that consequently all the eligible homeowners after proper recognition or verification will be provided the residential or commercial property cards (sanads) to provide ownership rights to them in a time-bound manner.

He stated that prior to this, the beneficiaries will be given a time of 15 days to submit their objections and incase no reply is received from them, the property card will be provided that will satisfy of pc registry versus which they can avail loans from banks or perhaps sell their residential or commercial properties, therefore boosting its monetary worth.

Channi likewise mentioned that the individuals residing in homes in old regions (mohallas) considering that long will likewise be covered under the plan, according to an official declaration.

The chief minister said that another plan ‘Basera’ is offering relief to individuals living in shanty town locations outside the ‘lal lakir’ by offering ownership rights to them.

He stated that by Diwali, the state government will make sure ownership rights to individuals under this plan.

Channi said these pro-people initiatives are intended at giving relief to people.

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Released at Sun, 17 Oct 2021 08:10:26 -0500