Tuesday, 24 November 2015


With India celebrating 75th year of Independence in 2022, Narendra Modi government has set a target, “Housing for all”, under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, in a phased manner. With shelter being one of the basic needs of man, this ambitious project envisages in taking every single human being from streets and footpaths to four-walled secure houses, which requires a participatory action from public, private and community sectors.

  For this vision to be effectuated, Union Government has put forward many policies and programs, like AMRUT for urban clusters, and National Rural Housing and Habitat Policy for rural areas done within the Panchayati Raj framework. Along with that, various facilities like discount schemes, interest subvention schemes, huge investment in infrastructure etc. are being provided to give it a push. Apart from lending a helping hand to social sector, this mission has a titanic potential to boost the economic growth by contributing 7 to 12 percent to GDP, as it increases the output of industries like steel, cement, tile etc. It not only benefits the industrialists, but a larger section of the population by providing employment, both in rural and urban areas.

Mona townships Swachh Bharat Scheme
Housing projects initiated by the present government should be perceived from the angle of Swachh Bharat scheme also. Both of these together could gallop towards actualizing the dream of a slum-free India.

Housing has been assigned as a State subject under Indian Constitution, and cooperation of State governments is essential for the fruition of the mission by legislating and implementing policies. The Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Allocation, the apex authority for issues pertaining to housing and development, decides on allocation and mobilization of resources through Centrally Sponsored Schemes and supports various external assistance programs. In this process, government entrusts various housing agencies and real estate groups to share the responsibility. A handsome amount of money is unleashed for this, which can be utilized in an effective manner, thereby attracting more investments.

Ready To Move Flats- Mona Greens

 Among the states, Punjab has been endowed with a business-friendly atmosphere, with Chandigarh as its capital and Mohali, an upcoming commercial hub with all business possibilities. The advent of Green Revolution in late 1960’s benefitted Punjab the most, by proliferating a multitude of suitcase farmers, who later tried their fortune in business. This, gradually, shifted many into real estate business also. Gradually, towns, cities and other urban agglomerations started growing in size, which finally started smothering the environment.

Mona Greens, Zirakpur

The population explosion and the non-availability of land forced people to live in clusters, where they had to compromise with many of their fundamental rights of leading a dignified life, like right to get fresh air, water and clean environment. This gives birth to an irreparable damage to one’s health and thus badly affecting the posterity. Hence, though attracted by the energetic life and occupational opportunities of cities, people like to go to a better place at the evening stage of their life.

Here comes the role of the modern day real estate builders who are looked towards for the transformation of the society in this regard. Mona Townships Pvt Ltd aims to be one of the leading real estate developing companies in the race with social obligations too alongside giving primacy to customer satisfaction. The amenities provided by Mona Greens include Earthquake resistant RCC frame structure buildings, round the clock security, power back up, uninterrupted water supply etc. to name a few, with pleasing lush green surroundings, which talk a lot of its environment-friendly approach. Moreover, Mona Townships is never enmeshed up in any red tapism or related bottlenecks. The timely delivery of projects and the quality constructions have been set as their benchmarks that make them to be chosen as the favorites in real estate world.

Thus, in the policy makers’ race of providing everyone with housing facilities, real estate agencies should also stay shoulder to shoulder with government in imparting their social responsibilities, by effectively utilizing the resources. This can further give momentum to “India Vision 2020” as articulated by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.   

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