Jagananna Sampoorna Gruha Hakku Pathakam Scheme

To ensure full property rights to the poor people thereby ensuring their social security and welfare.

On December 21, 2021, Andhra Pradesh CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy launched a scheme named Jagananna Sampoorna Gruha Hakku Pathakam Scheme for the poor residents of the state. Under this scheme the state government intends to waive off the loans and interests on the house and land properties sanctioned by the government. The government would provide full property rights to the beneficiary on payment of a nominal charge. This scheme provides the beneficiaries with full property rights. It intends to ensure the poor with ownership of their houses thereby ensuring their welfare in the state.

Scheme Overview:

Scheme nameSampoorna Gruha Hakku Pathakam Scheme
Launched byChief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy
BeneficiariesPoor people in the state
BenefitEntitlement of house property ownership
ObjectiveTo ensure full property rights to the poor thus ensuring their welfare.

Scheme Objectives and Benefits:

  • The scheme aims to ensure full property rights on payment of a nominal charge.
  • It intends to waive off the loans and interests on the house and land properties.
  • Under this scheme the government will provide full property rights to the eligible residents.
  • This scheme intends to cover the poor people stuck in property ownership issues.
  • With the ownership of house property  the residents can use their property as their asset.
  • It intends to ensure the social security of poor people in the state.

Key Points:

  • Jagananna Sampoorna Gruha Hakku Pathakam Scheme is launched by CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.
  • The state government has started this scheme for the poor residents of state.
  • This scheme intends to ensure entitlement of house property to the eligible owners in the state.
  • Under this scheme the government intends to waive off the loans on the house and properties.
  • The beneficiary has to pay a nominal amount of Rs 10000 in villages, Rs 15000 in municipalities and Rs 20000 in municipal corporations.
  • This scheme provides the beneficiaries with full property rights and legal documents.
  • Loans of about Rs. 10000 crore from AP Housing Board Corporation since 2011 will be waived off.
  • People who have constructed houses in the government allotted lands but still don’t have registration in their name can pay Rs. 10 to secure their property.
  • Registration can be done by the beneficiaries at the village and ward secretariats.
  • After successful registration the property will be removed from the prohibited lands under Section 22 A.
  • This scheme intends to ensure the poor with ownership of their houses thus ensuring their social welfare in the state.
  • It will benefit about 5.2 million families in the state.

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