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After Rajnath approval, military officers, jawans to expand, furnished houses, multi-level parking – ThePrint

New Delhi [India]May 14 (ANI): After the Ministry of Defense approves the new accommodation grids, military officers and jawans would get better and bigger furnished houses that would be built according to the latest national standards.

With Defense Minister Rajnath Singh’s approval earlier this week, new housing projects for military personnel would have multi-level car parks, multi-purpose indoor courts, 10% more plinth area in homes and more Electric points would be provided in the residences to meet the requirements of the present times, Indian army officials told ANI.

The approval of the new accommodation ladders came after 13 years as the last review was only done in 2009 and since then there have been many changes in the lifestyle of all staff and their families, have- they stated.

Officials said the new government-approved accommodation ladders would certainly improve the quality of life for military personnel across all ranks when they begin to be implemented.

Under the new schedules, the military engineering services, which are the construction arm of the three defense forces and the Indian Coast Guard headed by the chief engineer, would also use renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, geothermal, tidal and geothermal energy to meet energy needs.

Residential areas for military personnel would also benefit from new indoor sports complexes with additional basketball and volleyball courts.

The MES would now also build houses with modular kitchens and luggage storage space in all married accommodation would also be expanded.

The finish of the walls, ceilings and flooring would also be more aesthetic.

The Military Engineer Services (MES) is one of the pillars of the Indian Army Corps of Engineers which provides rear line engineering support to the armed forces and associated organizations of the Ministry of Defense (MoD).

MES carries out multiple construction activities for military stations/cantonments such as residential and office buildings, hospitals, roads, runways and marine structures across the country including border areas.

Apart from conventional buildings, MES is also involved in the construction of complex laboratories, factories, workshops, hangars, ammunition storage facilities, shipyards, piers/quays and other complexes/structures specials. (ANI)

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