Governments change. When a government assumes office then it sets many agendas, make many promises to the common people like providing employment, bringing back black money, affordable mass housing for the poor. However, these promises remain unfulfilled in most occasions. If a government makes a discreet number of promises and if it fails to keep one or more promises then technically that government did not perform up to expectations. While making any commitments it is imperative to assess many other things, understand whether such commitments are feasible or not. If a government demonstrates redundancy from the very beginning then it reflects throughout the government tenure.
The picture of affordable mass housing is totally different from what it is projected. Surveys suggest that only few projects on affordable mass housing were initiated and closed. In a country where the population runs in billions such efforts by the governments are grossly inadequate. Creating mass housing for the poor and the needy is no joke. For this the government requires to acquire land in urban zones and this can be sometimes very difficult involving legal complexities and plenty of paperwork. Sometimes inadequate infrastructure and lengthy approval process cripple mass housing projects.
Feasibility of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna
In India, the population is growing fast. Many say that India is growing in terms of its population. Every now and then there surfaces severe constraints on basic natural resources including water. Petrol and diesel prices are on the rise for a significant period of time and under these circumstances providing housing to all by 2022 under the pradhan mantri awas yojna is a dream similar to a spastic child aiming to become a pilot. However, in this context, it is important to say that the pradhan mantri awas yojna is an ambitious one. Under the scheme a total of 50 million houses are to be built by 2022. The government’s budgetary support has enhanced from Rs 11000 Cr in FY16 to Rs 29000 Cr in FY18. The important question is the quality with which these projects will be completed. After all the humans will always prefer to stay in houses and won’t choose stable, barns and sheds or sty, Bharatcity understand your needs and offer affordable mass housing so that everyone can buy their own home.