Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana is a welfare scheme that helps poor people get their livelihoods back from the government.
If you’re a resident of India this is a way for the government to get you on their welfare list. It’s a bit complicated, but it means that your money goes straight to the government and you don’t have to pay taxes on it.
It has two main components. The first is a scheme to get all those people who are on the official welfare list to get the financial help they need. This helps out a lot of people who might have no other source of income. The second is the “Eligibility Criteria” section which ensures that people who are on the list have a proper income to live on.
According to this article, “the government plans to allocate Rs. 6.6 billion to the scheme and Rs. 1.6 billion to the government-run programme” which is around $2.86 billion. That’s a lot of money to give to a group which is already overburdened. As a reminder, the government has already allocated Rs. 2.1 billion for the welfare scheme. It’s a win-win situation for everyone.
To get some perspective, the government has already allocated Rs. 7 billion for welfare schemes. The rest of the money is still in the process of disbursing, which is likely to take until mid-2015. A year is pretty long for the government to get things done.
A lot of funds are in the process of being disbursed and they will take a long time to get to the bottom of it. At the moment, it looks like the government will be disbursing the grant money to the group through the National Pensioners Welfare Fund, but the process will take time. At some point, the funds will be disbursed to the government.
The government will want to know how much the pensioners will get in the event the government disburses any money it receives from the pensioners welfare fund. If they can’t figure out how much money is in the fund they’ll be able to give the government a reason to disburse the pensioners welfare fund.
At this time, it seems that there are two possible outcomes of the government disbursing money to the pensioners welfare fund. The first is that the government will send them money without telling them about it. The second is that the government will tell the pensioners about the disbursal and then the pensioners welfare fund gets the money.
So far the government has sent out around Rs. 2,500 crores to the pensioners welfare fund (or about $2.5 million). This might be because the government doesnt believe that the pensioners will be able to live on the pension fund alone. As a recent story on The Times of India pointed out, the government has been sending money to the pensioners welfare fund in the past, without telling them of it.
How often do you get a paper trail? It’s hard to know, though every single time you get a peek of it, you know you’re going to get a paper trail.