Delhi CM consults Cabinet on low-cost houses
New Delhi: Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit
on Friday deliberated with her cabinet colleagues on how to
expedite allotment of nearly 10,000 low-cost houses to the
vulnerable section of the society.
Nearly 9,000 low cost houses were built by Delhi State
Industrial And Infrastructure Development Corporation (DSIIDC)
in Narela, Dwarka, Bhorgarh and Bawana areas and are now ready
The Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) has
also constructed a total of 1,024 low-cost dwelling units in
Dwarka and Dikshit also sought opinion of the Ministers on how
to distribute the flats to the slum dwellers at the earliest.
Officials said the government has decided to allot
the low cost houses to those families whose yearly income does
not exceed Rs60,000.
Today`s meeting was attended by all the Ministers and
several top officials including Chief Secretary Rakesh Mehta.
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