Banks will also provide loans on the houses of the village

On the lines of Haryana, it will now be easier to take a loan from the bank on residential properties in rural areas in many states of the country. The plan to give ownership of residential properties falling within the purview of gram panchayats has started taking off.

A digital survey of village houses has started in many states. It was started by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, which is being considered as a revolutionary decision by the people of the village. To bring transparency in the functioning of Panchayats, the emphasis is being laid on the adoption of the e-system.

After the implementation of the ownership scheme, the people living in the village will also be able to use their houses commercially on the lines of the cities, as the people of the village do not currently have any legal documents of their houses, banks would refuse to give loans. The ownership plan of the Ministry of Panchayati Raj is being implemented in most states. Virtual National Panchayat Awards organized by the Ministry.

At the ceremony, Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar appealed to all states to implement the scheme. Nearly two lakh gram panchayats of the country have been connected to the Internet. The e-Panchayat Award was introduced at the national level to encourage transparency in panchayats. Regarding the self-sufficiency of villages under the Self-Reliant India Campaign, Tomar said that at its core the village has an agro-based economy.

About further expanding the role of panchayats, he said that the panchayat representatives now have to emphasize on overall development. Under the scheme, every child of the village is admitted to the school and providing nutritious food. As the head of local government, the role of sarpanch and village heads greatly increases. A total of more than 55 thousand panchayats applied for the award at the national level.

This time, Gram Panchayats making better development plans were also rewarded. The center now allocates funds directly to panchayats. According to the recommendations of the Fourteenth Finance Commission, a total amount of more than two lakh crore rupees has been allocated to the gram panchayats.