It is a question which, according to local authorities, has never been asked in many years.
It is, however, a question that has been raised in the wake of the news that the city is on the verge of having more houses built than it can accommodate.
The city’s housing shortage has been compounded by the construction of more than a dozen new housing developments, which, combined with the shortage of new houses, have led to an increase in the number of people being housed.
The issue of new house construction has come to the fore as the government is seeking to reduce the number and size of existing houses, with a target of creating 100,000 new houses over the next decade.
“We are building more than 100, 000 new homes a year.
I think it is the most ambitious housing strategy in the country.
I am very happy about it,” said Shripad Muralidharan, the head of the city’s Housing and Urban Development Department.
But, as with many other big cities, the pace of new housing construction in the capital is far slower than it is in other major cities.
As of September last year, only 4,865 new houses were built in the city.
The remaining 1,935 were under construction, according the Delhi Development Authority.
Muralidkaran said that he did not think the number was much higher in other cities, which have around 50,000 houses in total.
“The number of houses being built is much lower in some other cities like Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai and Kolkata.
The numbers are much higher, but not that high in Delhi.
But there is an increase as well in new houses being constructed in Delhi,” he said.
While the city has been seeing an influx of housing, it is not just new houses that are being built.
The government is also planning to build two new schools, an airport, a hotel and a hospital.
The city is also gearing up to build the National Capital Development Authority (NCDA) building, which is expected to take five years to complete.
However, the construction is far from being completed.
The NCDA building has been the subject of protests from local residents, who say that it will have a huge impact on their living conditions.
“It is going to be a nightmare for us.
It will take us months to get the buildings finished,” said a resident of the sprawling, sprawling National Stadium complex in New Delhi, who asked not to be named.
“It will be like a prison for us, as we have no housing for families to live in.
They are going to build their own houses.
We have to move out of the house to move into another house.”
A new government scheme, the Housing Guarantee Scheme (HGS), has been mooted to help the city with building the housing needed for its population.
But the scheme has not been implemented as yet.
According to an official of the National Planning Commission (NPC), the Delhi Housing Guarantees Scheme is on a par with other major city schemes.
However, the official said that the Delhi Government has not set a target for the number or size of housing that will be provided by the NPC in the next three years.
The NPC is yet to set a date for the completion of the housing project, which will be funded through a government-owned scheme.