Telugu Desam Occasion (TDP) politburo member, Kalva Srinivasulu, on Monday promised the poor within the State that when the occasion is again in energy their dream to have their very own home will definitely be realised.
Stating that the Pucca Homes for the Poor scheme is completely uncared for now, Srinivasulu instructed media individuals right here that the homes will probably be constructed as per their alternative as soon as the TDP is again in energy. The YSRCP Authorities is barely deceptive the general public with false statements and is rarely making an attempt to maintain its promise made to the poor, Srinivasulu added.
Although there are 28,30,000 households eligible beneath the housing scheme, not even 80,000 models have been constructed until now, he mentioned, including that this proves past doubt that the State Authorities has no dedication to fulfil its guarantees made to the individuals of the State. The housing scheme, which was carried out nicely through the TDP regime, is being utterly uncared for after the YSRCP got here to energy, Srinivasulu said.
The ruling occasion leaders, together with its MLAs and MPs are making large quantities of cash within the identify of the ‘homes for the poor’, the TDP politburo member said. “In truth, these YSRCP MPs and MLAs are usually not solely making a living within the identify of the scheme but additionally illegally occupying lands on the pretext of constructing homes,” Srinivasulu maintained.
Observing that over 11 lakh housing models for the poor had been constructed through the TDP regime, Srinivasulu mentioned that one other 2.12 lakh homes had been constructed by TIDCO. Leaders from numerous States appreciated the efforts of the TDP in constructing such a lot of housing models however the YSRCP, which got here to energy later failed to finish the development of even incomplete models, he famous.
Chief Minister, Jagan Mohan Reddy, ought to inform the general public as to why the finished homes weren’t handed over to the poor and why the development of the unfinished models has not been taken up until now, Mr Srinivasulu mentioned. The pending payments of the contractors haven’t been cleared but and the Minister for Housing has not even visited the Jagananna Colonies.
The Jagananna Colonies are usually not match for residential functions as there are not any fundamental facilities, together with water provide and these colonies are constructed distant from the villages, he maintained. Additionally, the State authorities will not be extending monetary help to those that wish to construct their very own homes, he added.
Srinivasulu felt that the dream of the poor to have their very own home will probably be realised provided that the TDP comes again to energy and the housing scheme too will probably be carried out in full scale as soon as the TDP is again in energy.