MP Housing Board has again started the ongoing construction works in Indore district worth Rs 200 crore.
The major Housing board projects which are under construction are Rainbow towers at Snehlataganj which are 15 storey commercial and residential towers which has hundreds of shops and 3 and 4 BHK flats.
Besides this extension of wards in MY hospital Indore so that 280 beds more for the patients can be increased in M Y hospital.
Besides this construction of new ITI college pardeshipura Indore so that new branches can be started for students and construction of Mhow tehsil and public residential colony at Mhow.
Deputy Commissioner housing board Indore division Yashwant Kumar Dohare told The Pioneer that due this on going lockdown the construction activity in Indore division came to halt but now after the government order the construction activity has started again and now the labourers are coming back on construction sites but due to social distancing we have to engage very limited labour and face mask and 2 meter distance between the workers at the construction site is must.
The MP housing board revenue generation has gone to very low level in this lockdown as no installment and tax has been deposit by public and users.