What is Pm Uday Scheme

NÉW DELHI: Speaking in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday, Minister of State (Ministry of

Housing and Urban Affairs) Kaushal Kishore

said that 7,576 households

have been given ownership rights to

their properties in non-developed illegal colonies in the national capital under PM-UDAY.

A total of 7,576 conveyance documents and authorization papers

were provided to those living in illegal colonies in Delhi, the minister said to the Rajya Sabha.

The BJP-led Central government established the pm uday, or Pradhan Mantri Unauthorized Colonies in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojana, plan in October of 2019.

The National Capital Territory of Delhi (Recognition of Property Rights of Residents in Unauthorized Colonies)

Act, 2019, was passed by the Central

Government in December 2019 to provide

property rights to those living in unrecognized colonies in Delhi.

People in 1,731 legally recognised illegal colonies in and around the

nation’s capital will be eligible to get ownership titles under the programme.

Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs official communication states, “The scheme

allows registration of properties at nominal rates by recognising General Power of Attorney (GPA), Will, Agreement to Sell,

Possession Letter and any other documents evidencing payment of consideration held by residents of unauthorized colonies.”

The PM-Unauthorized Colony in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojana A, announced by Union Urban Development Minister

Hardeep Singh Puri on July 18, has seen more

than four lakh individuals sign up for it (PM-UDAY).

The government organization that owns property in the nation’s capital,

the Delhi Development Authority (DDA), would act as the scheme’s central coordinator.

DELHI, New Union minister Hardeep Puri

said on Saturday that more than 7,300

households have been granted ownership

rights and more than 4.1 lakh individuals

have enrolled for the PM-Unauthorized Colony in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojna (PM-UDAY). On October 29, 2019, the government of Delhi introduced PM-UDAY to provide

inhabitants of 1,731 unauthorized colonies (UCs) the legal right to own their homes.

Four million nineteen thousand four hundred and eighty-five individuals have signed up for PM-UDAY,

and thus far 7,329 households in Delhi’s

unrecognized colonies have been

granted ownership. Minister of Housing and Urban Affairs Puri used Hindi tweets.

He also linked to a two-part video from the

Delhi Development Authority (DDA) that

provides a detailed guide for completing the registration process electronically. Pm uday yojana

This programme only accepts online registrations.

If a person is unable to register at home, they

are encouraged to visit their local Common

Service Centre (CSC) or get in

touch with a recognised organization empanelled to help individuals with the registration process for a small charge.

The Survey of India and the Revenue Department of the Delhi government have collaborated to

use satellite imagery from 2015 to map out the borders of these UCs,

and the DDA has been designated as the

scheme’s nodal agency.

We made a commitment, and we delivered on that promise,” Puri added.

“Those in illegal colonies may now rest easy knowing they have legal standing to build and own their homes. There is a minimal barrier to entry in the form of a

straightforward registration procedure, “What he had to say was.

The DDA will review applications and issues transfer deeds for publicly owned property and

authorization slips for privately owned land used only for residential purposes under the programme.

The recipients may get these papers recorded

at the local office of the sub-registrar.

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