Almost 179 SRS dwellers from 245 people that makes up 73% of the total were found to be satisfied with the scheme. In case of the desire to stay in future, 183 dwellers, that is 75%, were found to be interested in staying at SRS in future.
The first batch, comprising Ajit, Raghuveer and a girl, joined on December 1, 2015. At the peak, the programme had eight teens doing internships at various offices of JM Baxi
According to agitators, builder – Omkar Developers -had promised to rehabilitate all tenants.
State govt’s big slum move ahead of Mumbai polls.
Slum Sanitation Programme of BMC to issue tenders for 100 such incinerators.
Govt heightens perks for developers, proposes accommodation for ineligible slum dwellers too
The total number of households covered in the survey was 1,452 and the findings represent the overall situation of slum conditions in Mumbai, says the paper.
To keep record of all occupants eligible for free rehabilitation.
Payal Tiwari’s documentary, Toilet Torture, offers a disturbing view of the daily sanitation struggles of women in Mumbai’s slums.
Bombay High Court orders for supply of water to persons living in illegal slums in Mumbai.
After chairing SRA meeting, CM says govt will acquire the land encroached by 4 lakh slums if owners don’t fall in line
As per the 2011 census, the BMC has 41.3 per cent slum households and 62% residents live in slums.
The final version of the Dharavi development plan shows the entire area required for housing in the ambitious project.
Maharashtra HDI report says the slum population of the state would account for a fifth of the country’s total slum population.
Every second resident in Mumbai lives in a slum. According to official data, about 65 lakh people reside in 13 lakh hutments.