MHADA fail to deliver as they constructed only 2500 out of 15,229 houses

Mumbai Board planned to complete the construction of 10,576 out of 15,229 houses till 2018 and the remaining 5000 houses in the next two years, by 2020. But in reality, the remaining houses did not the see the light of the day

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Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) Mumbai Building Repair And Reconstruction Board had planned to deliver 15,229 houses to economically backward people by 2020. However, MHADA’s newly appointed chief Uday Samant, admitted that they cannot fulfill the promise of delivering houses for underprivileged by the estimated time.


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In order to make the house available through lotteries, each board has to prepare the plan of how many houses will be built in the next few years. Accordingly, the Mumbai Board had set a target of constructing 15,229 houses from 2015 to 2020. MHADA’s Mumbai Board tried their best but could not achieve the target, said Samant.


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Samant said that the Mumbai Board was assured of completing 10,576 out of 15,229 houses till 2018 and the remaining 5000 houses would be completed in the next two years, by 2020. In reality, however, the Mumbai Board has so far completed only the target of 2,500 houses out of 10,576.

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