PMAY-G Scheme: Building a Brighter Future for Rural India”

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Continuation of PMAY-G Scheme: Building a Brighter Future for Rural India”


In a significant move aimed at uplifting rural India, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has announced the continuation of the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna (Gramin) or PMAY-G for another five years. This vital housing scheme, which has been a beacon of hope for millions, is set to construct an additional 20 million houses, reaffirming the government’s commitment to providing shelter to the underprivileged.

Sustained Progress Amidst Challenges:

Despite the unprecedented challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, the implementation of PMAY-G has persevered. Sitharaman highlighted in her interim budget speech the remarkable progress made thus far and the unwavering dedication to achieving the set targets. With over 25.5 million houses already constructed, PMAY-G stands as one of the most successful flagship schemes, significantly improving the lives of countless families across the nation.

The Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana Gramin (PMAY-G) scheme has been extended for another five years with a target of building 20 million more houses in rural areas. This means the total target has gone up to 29.5 crore. As of June 12, 2024, over 2.94 crore houses have been sanctioned and 2.62 crore completed, with a significant push towards women’s ownership. Funds are available for completing remaining houses until September 2024.

Building a Brighter Future for Rural India

Focusing on the Future:

The extension of PMAY-G comes at a crucial juncture, as the demand for housing continues to rise with the burgeoning population. Sitharaman’s announcement of constructing an additional 20 million houses over the next five years underscores the government’s proactive approach in addressing this pressing need. This ambitious endeavor is poised to bring tangible benefits to regions grappling with acute housing shortages, particularly in states like Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan.

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Empowering Communities:

Former rural development secretary Jugal Kishore Mohapatra emphasized the scheme’s profound impact, particularly in impoverished regions. PMAY-G transcends mere housing provision; it serves as a catalyst for socio-economic empowerment, bridging the gap of multi-dimensional poverty. The focus on inclusive development ensures that every deserving family receives the dignity of a concrete home, thereby enhancing their quality of life.

Women Empowerment and Dignity:

President Droupadi Murmu’s acknowledgment of PMAY-G’s contribution to enhancing the social status and dignity of beneficiaries, especially women, resonates deeply. With over 70% of houses allotted under the scheme being owned by women either solely or jointly, PMAY-G symbolizes a paradigm shift towards gender equality and empowerment.

Infrastructure Enhancement:

Beyond housing, PMAY-G ensures the holistic development of rural areas by providing essential amenities such as cooking gas and electricity connections under the Saubhagya and Ujjwala schemes. This integrated approach not only improves living standards but also fosters sustainable growth in rural communities.

Building a Brighter Future for Rural India


As PMAY-G embarks on its next phase, it heralds a brighter future for millions of underprivileged families across India. The government’s unwavering commitment to inclusive development and socio-economic empowerment through schemes like PMAY-G exemplifies a vision of progress that leaves no one behind. By building homes, we are not just constructing shelters; we are laying the foundation for a more equitable and prosperous nation.

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