PM Modi to launch Property Cards under SVAMITVA Scheme Today

Under this scheme, about one lakh real estate owners will be able to download property cards from the link received through SMS on their mobile phones. The respective state governments will distribute physical cards.

New Delhi: As part of the major reform efforts for change in rural India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday (October 11) will launch a scheme to distribute property cards under the ‘ownership’ scheme to land-owning owners through video conferencing. Under this scheme, about one lakh real estate owners will be able to download property cards from the link received through SMS on their mobile phones. The respective state governments will distribute physical cards.

These State of the Country will be benefit

Under this, people from 763 villages of 6 states will be benefited, including 346 in Uttar Pradesh, 221 in Haryana, 100 in Maharashtra, 44 in Madhya Pradesh, 50 in Uttarakhand, and 2 villages in Karnataka. The beneficiaries of all the states except Maharashtra will get the physical card within 1 day, while the landowners of Maharashtra may take 1 month to get the property card, as the Maharashtra government arranges to apply the normal fee for the property card.

Will get loan easily

With this scheme, the property owners will be able to use their property as a financial asset. It can use for other financial benefits including the application of loans etc. On the occasion of launching this scheme, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also talk to some beneficiaries. The Union Minister of Panchayati Raj will also be present on this occasion. The program will begin at 11:00 am.

What is Ownership plan

This is a special scheme start by the Central Government’s Ministry of Panchayati Raj. The Prime Minister announced about this on the National Panchayati Raj Day, 24 April 2020. The purpose of this scheme is to distribute property cards to give ‘record of rights’ to people in rural areas. This plan implemented in a phased manner in 4 years. It is to be complete between 2020 and 2024 and 6.62 lakh villages of the country are to be cover

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