Tuesday, November 21

House Construction Free of Cost for the Poor

House Construction Free of Cost for the Poor

Here is a good news for someone those who are suffering without a home of their own. Under the leadership of Father Jijo Kurian, Shantiniketan trust is helping the poor by building a home.

By this, many them are fulfilling their dream of a home for their families who are suffering due to financial problems . The trust is constructing houses by free of cost worth Rs 2.5 lakh to Rs 5 lakh.

The houses being built at a cost of Rs 2.5 lakh have the specifications such as a sit out area, a hall, 2 bedrooms, kitchen and a common bathroom. For a bigger family, the house will have two bedrooms, built at a cost of Rs 2 to Rs 4 lakh.

 They also do the ceiling electrical work themselves. Those who have 3 cents of land of their own will get help. The construction start will start only after valuation to prove that they are eligible to get such a house.

Father Jijo Kurian, is the brain behind this. He started the construction of houses at free of cost as a social activity. Those who have minimum 3 cent of land can get this opportunity. They are also helping the poor those who are without land ( some one is giving land to this trust also). For more details such as eligibility criteria, details of trust and so on please watch the given below video.

PB Help Desk No. 83 01 91 42 66 ( Whatsapp Only)/ 73 06 52 74 43 ( Whatsapp Only).  Houses Starting at Rs 3 Lakhs are being Constructed free of cost for the poor in Kerala. Needful person can contact the above mentioned number.

In order to provide quality housing options to the underprivileged sections of society, the Kerala government has unveiled a Livelihood Inclusion and Financial Empowerment (LIFE) programme. This LIFE mission project, which is in its third phase, has so far constructed over 1.5 lakh homes across the state. 

Around 52,000 LIFE mission houses were constructed in Phase-I, while 78,432 LIFE mission houses were constructed in Phase-II. On September 24, 2020, Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan inaugurated the construction work of 29 housing complexes, which will house over 1,285 families. According to the CM, a total of 1.35 lakh beneficiaries have been identified in the third phase of the LIFE mission project.

According to the government portal, Thiruvanthapuram district is at the top when it comes to the implementation of the LIFE housing scheme Kerala, as around 18,000 units were constructed here under the LIFE Mission. 

The LIFE mission Kerala amount is expected to reach around Rs 4,000 crores, which will be funded by the World Bank and Japanese institutions. A sizeable amount of donations towards LIFE mission Kerala amount are also expected from philanthropic societies in the Middle-East.