Ratlam News: Many lands in Ratlam city were encroached upon by land mafia, taking action on which the administration has got the lands freed. Now on this government land worth 70 crores, houses are going to be built for the poor and weaker sections. For this, the Housing Board has started preparations.
Collector Narendra Kumar Suryavanshi inspected the government land on Banjali Sejawta bypass along with the officials of the concerned departments for the plan to construct houses for the poor. More than 300 EWS houses will be built on this land, which will be developed by the Housing Board.
Collector Narendra Kumar, who came to inspect the Banjali Sejawta Bypass, said in Suryavanshi that the state government and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan have expressed their intention to provide housing for the weak and economically backward people on the land freed from the land mafia in the district. . EWS houses will be constructed on 3 hectares of land worth 70 crores. During this, due to lack of cleanliness on the ground, the Collector has also given instructions to remove the two watchmen posted here.