Looking at on 2019 Lok Sabha and 2021 Assembly decisions, Mamta designs 50,000 moderate rate flats for working class
In the keep running up to the 2019 Lok Sabha and 2021 Assembly decisions with BJP developing as the real opposition in the state, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee reported another lodging plan 'Nijashree' where around 50,000 1-BHK and 2-BHK flats would be sold at a financed rate to state inhabitants falling under a settled wage piece.
While 378 square foot measured 1-BHK flats would be sold at Rs 7.28 lakh, 559 square foot estimated 2-BHK flats would be sold at Rs 9.26 lakh. The plan would be available to individuals acquiring month to month pay between Rs 15,000 and Rs 30,000.
The five storied condos would be built up under the supervision of Kolkata Municipal Corporation, Municipal Affairs and Urban Development (MA&UD) division, regions over the state and the improvement experts.
Notwithstanding, there would be no lifts in the structures. The 50,000 flats would be built over a time of two years and some land has just been distinguished for the flats. "This plan is for the lower working class. They would claim the flatss as legitimate ownership records would be given to them," MA&UD serve Firhad Hakim said.
"The lodging office will before long make a site where individuals can apply for lodging. The general population getting the flats would be picked through a fortunate draw. On the off chance that rejected once, individuals can apply again yet not on the off chance that they have just been distributed a level," he included. Political examiners trust that the plan is focused at the working class as a substantial segment of them are quick changing loyalties to the BJP.
"Because of developing populace, movement from neighboring states, value ascend with settled land limits of the state, land has turned into a major cerebral pain for the urban working class in West Bengal. In spite of the fact that Mamta had focused towards the poorer segments through welfare plans, she has barely detailed any plan only for the working class which makes 'Nijashree' interesting and demonstrates the significance of white collar class electorate," political examiner Rajib Basu said.
"This plan is probably going to draw in even those individuals in the urban white collar class who had blamed her for minority submission and changed loyalties to the BJP to search for an 'option' that will deal with its needs. Despite the fact that the quantity of flats are just 50,000 and recipients might be just around 2-3 lakh individuals in a condition of 9 crore, this plan is going down to be representative and will be utilized as a part of the Chief Minister's talks to draw in the working class votes in the keep running up to 2019 Lok Sabha and 2021 polls," political eyewitness Sayantan Bhowmick said.
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