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Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi Gave Ownership Rights To 269 Beneficiaries In Chamkaur Sahib

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Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi himself went to the houses of some poor people of Indira Colony in Chamkaur Sahib and lit lamps and handed over the sanad of ownership rights to them. He also said that all eligible beneficiaries would be covered under the Basera scheme in the state soon.

CM gave houses to 269 beneficiaries
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On the auspicious occasion of Diwali, Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi gave permanent ownership rights of temporary accommodation to 269 beneficiaries living in slums under ‘Basera Scheme’ in Chamkaur Sahib. Chief Minister Channi himself went to the homes of some poor people of Indira Colony and lit lamps and handed over the sanad of ownership rights to them.

After this, during the function organized for the rest of the people in the city center, the Chief Minister gave a sanad to the residents of Indira Colony for the ownership rights of the houses. Here, Chief Minister Channi said that the dream of the needy people to have their own house is being fulfilled through the Basera scheme of giving ownership rights to the families living in slums on the state government land in urban areas.

He also said that all eligible beneficiaries would be covered under the Basera scheme in the state soon. For which instructions have been issued to expedite the process in this regard. On this occasion, the Chief Minister said that drone mapping is going on to give ownership rights of houses to the people living within the red line in the villages and soon they will also be given ownership rights of houses.

The Chief Minister further said that during the Corona epidemic, the middle class people have suffered financially and the prices of petrol and diesel are being increased continuously by the Central Government, due to which inflation has broken records all over the country.

In view of the rising inflation, the Punjab government has given a big Diwali gift to the people of Punjab by cutting the electricity rates by Rs 3 per unit. This deduction will give the expected relief to the general public. This will benefit 69 lakh consumers out of the total 71.75 lakh domestic consumers in the state.

On this occasion, the Chief Minister also announced Rs 2.50 crore to replace all street lights of Chamkaur Sahib with LED lights. So that the look of this historic city can be completely changed.

He further said that keeping in mind the development of the area, the foundation stone of the Bela-Panyali bridge over the Sutlej river would be laid on November 6. For which compensation of Rs 70 lakh per acre will be given to those farmers whose land will be acquired for the construction of this bridge.

Earlier, Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi bowed down at Gurdwara Shri Katalgarh Sahib and offered prayers for the progress and bright future of Punjab.

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On the auspicious occasion of Diwali, Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi gave permanent ownership rights of temporary accommodation to 269 beneficiaries living in slums under ‘Basera Scheme’ in Chamkaur Sahib. Chief Minister Channi himself went to the homes of some poor people of Indira Colony and lit lamps and handed over the sanad of ownership rights to them.

After this, during the function organized for the rest of the people in the city center, the Chief Minister gave a sanad to the residents of Indira Colony for the ownership rights of the houses. Here, Chief Minister Channi said that the dream of the needy people to have their own house is being fulfilled through the Basera scheme of giving ownership rights to the families living in slums on the state government land in urban areas.

He also said that all eligible beneficiaries would be covered under the Basera scheme in the state soon. For which instructions have been issued to expedite the process in this regard. On this occasion, the Chief Minister said that drone mapping is going on to give ownership rights of houses to the people living within the red line in the villages and soon they will also be given ownership rights of houses.

The Chief Minister further said that during the Corona epidemic, the middle class people have suffered financially and the prices of petrol and diesel are being increased continuously by the Central Government, due to which inflation has broken records all over the country.

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