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The article discusses the Dravidian Model, a unique approach to eradicate shelterlessness in India through social justice, equality, humanity, and rational thinking. It emphasizes the need to address inequality and poverty while ensuring adequate housing for all citizens.

The Dravidian Model challenges traditional banking practices, advocating for a move away from colonial systems and promoting digitalization. It proposes a comprehensive land classification based on shelter ability, aiming to provide permanent dwellings for everyone. The article highlights the importance of fair wealth distribution and rejects existing theories like Ricardo’s theory of rent and EMI/rent discounting.

Furthermore, the model addresses population concerns, advocating for adequate shelter provision and sustainable birth rates. It calls for a separate agricultural land registration service and emphasizes the role of cooperative housing societies. Housing is categorized based on various needs, from homelessness to luxury housing.

Eradicating Shelterlessness

One Nation One Housing Policy Dravidian Model of Eradicating Shelterlessness (Universally) Based On Social Justice, Equality, Humanity, Self Respect And Rational Thinking – Way Forward for India.

1. Inequality and poverty are two sides of the same coin. We have to use 1400 crore hand fingers to handle inequality and 1400 crore leg fingers to kick out poverty. Poor and poorest of a poor do not require lip sympathy, crocodile tears, helicopter loaded money. But they only require Boeing loaded love and affection and humanity. Rich can become rich, richer and richest, but not at the cost of making poor poorer and poorest.

2. Banking should be done in good faith but without negligence but we would like to add two more conditionalities i.e., arrogance and ignorance. In this digital world, we should move away from negotiable instruments, post dated cheques, demand promissory notes and valuing land on the basis of colonial banking system.

3. Density of population is a wrong way of arriving shelter lessness. Both population and land availability must be divided into shelter able land and non-shelter able land and who have adequate shelter, non-adequate shelter and paying rent and not decided where to reside and settle.

4. Wealth of a few is not wealth of all Indian nation. Adam Smith never meant about concentration of wealth

5. Ricardo’s theory of rent is not acceptable and EMI and rent discounting is also not acceptable. We have to create permanent dwelling for all ad eradicate shelter lessness. This requires an alternate approach.

6. If everyone has shelter, and if the birth rate is equal to death rate, ad if the sex ratio is same, population will be static. Henceforth there will be no Malthusian Fears.

7. We request agriculture land and agriculture related land (0 to .5 FSI ) should be separated from general registry ad create separate agricultural land registration services. India requires 25 crores acres of agricultural land (0 FSI) and 10 crore acre of land for agriculture-related activities ( 0 to .5 FSI)

8. 5 FSI to 2.778 FSI lands should be treated as affordable and adequate shelter creating land and it should be in 1/4 , 1/2, 1 acre plot size with 20, 30, 40, 60, 80, 100 roads width at least on two sides.

9. Any agriculture land if comes under non-agriculture for conversion, government should be the first buyer. No more bifurcation of districts. No authority can give Patta lands to individual. Only to co-operative housing societies or for other 23 areas under cooperation ministry should use these lands.

10. Housing should be classified into housing for homeless, households (affordable and adequate housing),. Comfort housing, luxury housing and super luxury housing.

11. Every existing and new property should be QR coded.

12. Length of any shelter able structure should be kept at 33 years ad bankable at 25 years. The height below 60 feet is affordable housing and if it crosses above 60 feet high, it becomes luxury and super luxury etc.

13. ROTI means 8000 Calories of food consumption per day per household (4 members)

14. KAPDA means 50 meters of new stitched clothing (200 meters for 4 members)

15. ROZGAR means 300 days employment at 1000 rupees per day

16. (6 – 18 lakhs should be the family income for 3 – 8 members with 2 – 3 earning members and up to 7 dependents with a family size of 8 members)

17. MAKHAN means 450 – 1200 Sq.ft. FSI built up area (300 – 800 Sq.ft.) Carpet Area of dwelling place at cost of construction without land cost and at 150 Sq.ft. of basic FSI as birth rate per citizen.

DRAVIDIAN MODEL OF ERADICATING SHELTER LESSNESS (UNIVERSALLY) STRUCTURE

National Property Depository Services, Aadhaar wise Individual space drawing rights

National Property Registration Portal (Seller, Buyer ESCROW Mechanism) Advisors Costing,
Auditing, Accounting,
Economics, Statistics and Legal
Ministry of Co-operation RERA-RBI House with Housing loan coupon holders Ministry of Social
Welfare
Controller of Land Compensation Bonds CHIEF SHELTER COMMISSIONER FOR INDIA Construction Companies & Construction Banks
RERA & IRDA Uniform Supreme Housing Authorities State wise (standard procedures) RBI & Monetary Policy
SEBI : FDI, FPI, FII, Alternate Investments, REITs Weather Report, Disaster Management, Pollution, Green Initiatives and Climate Change BIS Standards for inputs in Housing

543 PARLIAMENT CONSTITUENCY WISE,

ASSEMBLY WISE AND LOCAL
BODY WISE

30 MEMBER HIGH POWER COMMITTEE

MISSION : TO ERADICATE SHELTER LESSNESS TO

ACHIEVE HOUSING FOR ALL

Article by : NARASIMHAN, PRAKASH & SRIRAM

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