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The Minister for Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation has stated that the urban slums would not uprooted, but would be provided with all the basic amenities so as to enable them to access all the roads and potable and sanitation water and electricity connection. The government has reportedly, in order to achieve this has planned an in – situ rehabilitation of existing slums dwellers by using land as a resource for the participation of the private sector, wherein new multi-storied residential blocks could be constructed by the developers by clearing up space occupied by slum dwellers and thereby raise capital by monetising the value of the cleared land by constructing high-value real estate projects, since many slums are situated in prime areas, where the land and property value could appreciate. According to the Ministry, this could be a complete win – win situation whereby the slum dwellers would get a proper house in the same location, avoiding displacement and retaining the existing connections with healthcare and education for their families.
Would the government be successful in implementing this program? Would the Slum Dwellers be provided with better amenities for life? How about the Housing For All, 2022 scheme? Would the government achieve success in housing for all scheme without uprooting the slums?
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