Haryana government on Friday announced that it will construct 9728 houses at a cost of Rs 349.41 crore for economically weaker sections of the society in different cities of the state
“Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) will construct four-storey flats under Ashiana scheme and out of the total, 7352 houses have been constructed at an estimated expenditure of Rs 259.44 crore,” said a Haryana government spokesperson while adding that a total of 2027 flats have been constructed in Panchkula at a cost of about Rs 64.78 crores.
Meanwhile, 3080 flats have been constructed in Faridabad with an expenditure of Rs 113.55 crore. Similarly, 560 houses have been built in Gurgaon at a cost of Rs 20.64 crore and 1640 in Ambala at a cost of Rs 60.47 crore.
“Apart from this, a total of 2376 houses are being constructed at a cost of Rs 89.97 crores at Bahadurgarh, Gurgaon, Jagadhari, Rewari and Rohtak and these flats are expected to be completed within this financial year,” he added.