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GHB puts Mukhyamantri Gruh Yojana application forms Online

Ahmedabad, 1 August 2013 To provide affordable housing to the poor, low and medium income group people, The Gujarat Housing Board(GHB) has started building houses and our goal is to build 25,000 to 40,000 houses every year, GHB Chairman Jayanti Barot told reporters here today. Currently, GHB has started constructing 2,132 flats in Surat, Rajkot and Vadodara which are likely to be completed in one-and-a-half year. GHB is building flats in 13-storey complex for low income groups (LIG) and medium income groups (MIG) at Munjka in Rajkot, Tarsali in Vadodara and Ganeshpura in Surat. The flats will be allotted at the cost ranging from Rs 9 lakhs to 19.75 lakhs with the construction area ranging from 681 sq ft to 971 sq ft. Distribution of application forms for GHB houses has started from today and applicants can also file it online. Gujarat Housing Board was almost defunct for past 14 years but last year before Assembly Elections, when Congress party announced that it would provide

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