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Assam Cabinet charts out plans for Mission Basundhara 3.0 and Vikas Yatra plans

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HT Digital,

Guwahati, Feb 12: The Assam cabinet announced on Monday that Mission Basundhara 2.0 is set to conclude on February 16, 2024. Concurrently, the commencement of Mission Basundhara 3.0 will take place.

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The services to be provided under this initiative are:

· Digitalise settlement of land to non-individual judicial entities

· Ownership rights to urban tenants

· Settlement of Bhoodan/Gramdan land

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· Conversion of grant land to periodic patta

· Settlement of lands acquired from religious institutions

· Map as a service to be started

· End-to-end digitalisation of annual patta

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· Annual patta to PP conversion

The cabinet has announced that Pattas will be distributed ceremonially across the state from 23 to 29 February. Additionally, the Vikas Yatra, an initiative under which 964 projects will be launched and 1,812 projects will be inaugurated, has been approved by the cabinet. This yatra is scheduled to take place from 1 March to 10, 2024, across the state. The total cost of all these 2,776 projects is estimated to be over Rs 23,000 crore. The cabinet has also approved 12 projects under Asom Mala 2.0, aiming to transform the rural road network of Assam, with a total budget of Rs 1,510.98 crore. To assist State Government employees in obtaining affordable housing loans, the cabinet has granted approval for the release of the budgeted amount of Rs 107.30 crore in FY 2023-24 to meet the interest subvention for FY 2023-24 under the Apon Ghar – Subsidised Housing Loan scheme. To date, 37,626 State Government employees have availed benefits from this scheme, with approximately Rs 5,222 crore disbursed through banks.

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