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Considering the difficulty of the poor beneficiaries in the taluka, the quota of 20 thousand houses should be approved in the taluka. The beneficiaries of the toilets should be given quick payment. According to the statement given to the District Collector, Kadambari Balakwade, on Wednesday (26th), led by the District Congress Committee, headed by District President Bada Madavi and Taluka President Prakash Rahmatkar, demanded that the money should be paid in advance for the last one and a half years.

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Gondia: Considering the difficulty of the poor beneficiaries in the taluka, 20 thousand house quota quota should be approved in the taluka. The beneficiaries of the toilets should be given quick payment. According to the statement given to the District Collector, Kadambari Balakwade, on Wednesday (26th), led by the District Congress Committee, headed by District President Bada Madavi and Taluka President Prakash Rahmatkar, demanded that the money should be paid in advance for the last one and a half years.

Ramayi Housing, Prime Minister’s Residence Scheme is being implemented by the government in a statement given to the Chief Minister. According to 2011, 27 thousand beneficiaries of Gondia taluka had got eligible for the scheme. However, only 6 to 7 thousand households have been allocated so far. For the last seven or eight years, 20 thousand crores of beneficiaries are waiting for a house collapse. So the houses whose houses were sanctioned have not yet been provided fund for the construction. Some beneficiaries started construction work after getting the first 20 thousand rupees for the construction of the cottage. However, due to non-payment of the remaining money, they have to borrow money from the lenders. Therefore, the taluka Congress Committee has demanded to pay the bills of the families of the beneficiaries immediately and sanction 20 thousand crores. Under the Government’s plan, the beneficiaries of the toilets constructed for the construction of the toilets have not been paid the same for the last one and a half years. Therefore, the beneficiary panchayat committee is shifting the steps of the office. Considering their difficulties, they should be given immediate payments. The Employment Service on the Employment Guarantee Scheme has not been paid for the last one and half year and the amount of travel allowance was not given. The result of the financial crisis has resulted in the result of the hunger strike that has brought the attention of the collector, Dr. Kambambri Balakwade. While taking note of this, Balakwade called upon the Deputy District Collector, Korde of Employment Guarantee Scheme and urged the workers to get the money back soon. Also, the rest of the orders are also promised to settle the issue soon. The delegation included Ramesh Ambuay, Vimal Nagpure, Vijay Lonar, Surajlal Mahararwade, Vithoba Lillhare, Madhuri Charankhede, Chaman Bisen, Harichand Kavale, Bunty Bhelave, Indrayani Radeade, Yograj Subada, Sreha Gautam, Prakash Dahat, Anil Mate, Jaiprakash Bisen, Priya Meshram, Om Prakash Bhaktawarati, Nita Patte, Vinita Tembhare Pramila Karchal, Guddu Thakur were present.

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