The government on Wednesday cleared a fund with an initial corpus of 25,000 crore to revive 4.6 lakh housing units in 1,600 projects with "positive net worth", including those that have been classified as non-performing assets or are facing insolvency resolution action.While announcing the move, which was approved by the Union Cabinet, finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman indicated there may be some relief for those who have defaulted on repayment of their home loan EMIs in the stalled projects. The Reserve Bank of India is expected to announce the details for regularisation of accounts through a clarificatory circular, providing relief to loan defaulters who had booked houses in projects that can now be taken up for revival.The latest package comes two months after the government had announced the setting up of a 20,000 crore fund for the completion of stalled affordable and middle-income housing projects but had kept NPA and NCLT cases out of the ambit of the "special window" for the real estate sector, which is facing an acute downturn.