Beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana: LDA President and Divisional Commissioner Ranjan Kumar and Vice President Akshay Tripathi inspected the Prime Minister's residences located in Shardanagar Extension on Wednesday. Said that the Prime Minister's house built under the Shardanagar expansion plan would soon be buzzing with the population. The keys to the buildings will be handed over to the beneficiaries of the scheme after the code of conduct is over. For this, LDA has made full preparations. Beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana: The Vice President said that the colony has been constructed with state-of-the-art technology, for which the authority has received many awards at the national and international levels. Told that attractive swings have been installed in the colony for small children to play. Apart from this, badminton, basketball, and volleyball courts are being constructed for older children and adults. Told that other necessary facilities including a sewage treatment system have been developed in the colony. The community center and inter college is also being arranged here. The Vice President said that work is also being done on behalf of LDA with the aim of bringing women living in the colony forward in society and making them financially sound. For this, the vocational training program will also be conducted with the help of some social service organizations in Gujarat. After the code of conduct is over, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will get the keys to the buildings to the beneficiaries after inaugurating the scheme. A request will be made to the Chief Minister for this. Colony roads will run for 20 years: Beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana Chief Engineer Indushekhar Singh said that roads have been made in the colony with short panel white topping technology which will last for more than 20 years. Apart from this, the road is also being constructed here with Stone Matix S fault technology. Such technology is being used by LDA for the first time in the state.