Govt falters on 5 lakh affordable houses scheme.

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Courtesy:TIMES OF INDIA Tomorrow, it will be exactly two years since Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry (MCHI) and the state government inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The intent was to develop five lakh affordable homes in Mumbai and the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). However, in a recent statement, MCHI has claimed that nothing has been accomplished in the last 24 months. According to the builders’ body, the proposal to create five lakh houses as part of the Homes for All initiative between the real estate industry and the Maharashtra government is gathering dust in Mantralaya. Distant dream“The overall objective of the initiative was to address the yawning housing demand-supply gap and to provide affordable homes to the economically weaker sections, lower income group and middle income group,” Paras Gundecha, president of MCHI-CREDAI said. In this whole initiative the builders were going to develop the affordable homes on their projects and lands. MCHI also claims that the availability of these five lakh houses would have eased the demand-supply mismatch and kept the market rates under some kind of check. “But unfortunately, today, Mumbai has emerged as the costliest real estate market in the country,” said Gundecha. Gundecha claims the government…

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