NEW DELHI: More than 87,000 people have applied for the PM-UDAY scheme, which aims to grant or recognize property rights to residents of unauthorized colonies in Delhi, as of October 22, authorities said Friday. They added that more than four lakh people registered on the portal.
The Pradhan Mantri – Unauthorized Colony in Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojna (PM-UDAY) scheme is being implemented by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA).
The statement added that of the 87,275 requests, 30,717 requests have been resolved to date.
Delhi Awas Adhikar Yojna (PM-UDAY) The Pradhan Mantri scheme is being implemented by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA).
The entire scheme is carried out through the online PM-UDAY application portal. The gate will be closed for maintenance from Friday night through Monday night.
On October 22, 2021, about 437,255 registrations and 87,275 requests were submitted on the portal, according to the statement. Of the 87,275 applications, 30,717 have been awarded (10,650 CD / AS issued) so far.
He said the portal’s ability is being developed to provide a smooth stakeholder experience and timely service delivery.
For the sake of improvement and a better user experience, the PM-UDAY online application portal, website, and mobile application for your use will be temporarily closed from 8 pm on Friday (October 29) until 8 pm from November 1 (Monday) for maintenance. the Department for Disarmament Affairs said. Weapon in the statement.
He added that all other online public services, such as website, conversion, and boom, among other services offered by the DDA, will continue unimpeded.
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