Province 2 government endorses housing project for the poor
Janakpur, 14 January (2022) - The Province 2 government has endorsed the Mahendra Narayan Nidhi Poor Housing Project Implementation Work Procedure and Dalit Empowerment Regulations.
A meeting of the Province council of ministers today passed the documents, paving the way for the implementation of the Project, according to government Spokesperson and Minister for Economic Affairs, Shailendra Prasad Shah.
With the government decision, the Dalit Empowerment Board formed by the Province Government some months ago will have a ground to execute its plans.
Under the housing scheme, 610 indigent families in Province 2 will be getting a shelter with plastered walls, two rooms, one kitchen and a toilet. The government plans to spend Rs 500 thousands for the construction of each house.
Helpless, indigent, single women, dalit, endangered, marginalised, orphan and incapacitated will be given priority during the project implementation. Minister Shah assured of the execution of the project at a faster pace.
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