Chandigarh, July 30- Housing Board Haryana has been working to provide affordable houses to the people below the Poverty Line (BPL) and Economically Weaker Section (EWS) of the state and making their ‘Apna Ghar’ dream a reality. While stepping towards the goal of Sabko Awas’ by 2022 envisioned by Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi, now the Board has made efforts to provide possession of about 20,000 flats developed by private colonizers to the Below Poverty Line and Economically Weaker Section families.
Chief Administrator of the Board, Mr. Anshaj Singh said that these flats can now be transferred to BPL and EWS after one year of allotment, while it can be transferred to other categories after five years of allotment. He informed that after paying the complete amount of the flats, conveyance deed can also be done after five years of allotment.
Notably, earlier there was no policy for ‘Allotment Transfer’ of these flats by the Housing Board. But now a detailed Policy has been formulated by the Board for allotment as well as the transfer of EWS housing units for BPL families created in private licensed colonies by Housing Board Haryana. The policy has been approved by the State Government on July 1, 2020.