90 homeless families are getting new houses in Manda

On the occasion of Mujib’s centenary in Naogaon’s Manda, 90 landless and homeless families are getting new addresses. These houses are being constructed for the homeless under Asrayan Project-2 with the funding of the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief. Construction work has already been completed under the supervision of the upazila administration.

According to the relevant sources, the upazila administration has built these houses following the design sent by the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief on the number one registered property of the government. Built at a cost of Tk 1,061,000, the houses have two bedrooms, a toilet, a kitchen, a common space and a verandah. Separate houses have been built for each family.

According to the source, 49 in Barddapur area of ​​Mainam union, 21 in Moai village of Valain union, 6 in Chhotamulluk village of Prasadpur union, 2 in Hatoir of Paranpur union and 3 in Dodangi village of Nurullabad union.

In this regard, Upazila Project Implementation Officer Rezaul Karim said, the construction work has been completed properly following the design. The upazila administration has supervised the construction work round the clock. He expressed satisfaction that the construction work was completed on time.

Manda Upazila Nirbahi Officer Abdul Halim said houses have been constructed for 90 landless and homeless families of the upazila as a gift from Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on the occasion of Mujib Year. The Prime Minister will inaugurate these houses all over the country on January 23. After that, houses, land deeds and other documents will be handed over to 90 families.


Source: Bhorer Kagoj by www.bhorerkagoj.com.

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