Homeless people flooded the house, wishing long life to the Prime Minister

Landless and homeless people became emotional when they got a house as a gift from Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on the occasion of Mujib Year. Many cried with joy. They expressed their gratitude to the Prime Minister for giving her address and shelter and wished her long life and good health. News bass.

Speaking to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina via video conference, Parveen of Kathaltala village in Dumuria upazila of Khulna district said in an emotional voice, ‘I am very happy. I have never been able to build such a house in my life. ‘Parveen said in a sobbing voice,’ My husband has no job. We often have to spend the day without eating. We had no home. I never thought we would have a home. You (Prime Minister) have given us a house and land. You will live a long time. ‘

Trying to console Parveen, the Prime Minister said, ‘Don’t cry. I think it is my responsibility. ”He added,“ As the daughter of Prime Minister and Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, I have decided to fulfill the dreams of the people and work for the welfare of the people of the country. I have dedicated my life to change the destiny of the people of the country. ‘

The Prime Minister said, ‘No one in Bangladesh will be homeless and landless and I will ensure that. At the same time, I will take necessary measures so that all people can find a way of life and livelihood.

Freedom fighter Ashok Das, who was homeless a few days ago, also got a house. He also expressed his sincere gratitude to the Prime Minister. A total of 140 houses have been distributed among the homeless and landless in Dumuria Upazila.

Apart from Dumuria, the Prime Minister also connected Nijabari village of Kamarpukur union under Syedpur upazila of Nilphamari district, Ikartali village of Gazipur union under Chunarughat upazila of Habiganj district and Salla village of Baliadanga union of Sadar upazila of Chapainawabganj district through the country’s own satellite Bangabandhu-1.

A beneficiary from Nijbari village in Syedpur upazila expressed gratitude to the Prime Minister, saying he did not have land or a house. ‘But Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s daughter gave me land, house, everything. I am overwhelmed with joy. ‘He said,’ I pray that you (Sheikh Hasina) live a long and healthy life. ‘

Beneficiaries sang a Bhavaya song written for Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

Besides, CNG-powered three-wheeler driver Md. Nurul Huda said he was accustomed to living in the forest with his family. “You (Prime Minister) have given me a house with land, which will allow me to live happily with my wife and children,” he said. Nurul Huda prayed to God for the long and healthy life of the Prime Minister so that he can help more poor, homeless and landless people in the days to come.

A total of 64 houses were handed over to the homeless and landless in Chunarughat upazila.

Later, the Prime Minister went to the virtual Chapainawabganj district, where 340 houses have been provided.

Physically challenged Fatema Begum, who got a house, expressed her gratitude to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. “I didn’t have an address,” he said. But now your gift (house and land) has given me an address where I can live happily with my husband and children. ‘

Fatima also prayed to God for the Prime Minister so that he could help more people and lead a happier life. Later, they expressed their happiness and sang a serious song to the Prime Minister.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday inaugurated the distribution of 6,179 houses. This is the first time in the world that such a large number of houses are being distributed among the landless and homeless at the same time.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina attended the handover ceremony of the virtual house from her official residence Ganobhaban.

On the occasion of Mujib Year, the government has constructed 6,179 houses for the homeless at a cost of Tk 1,017 crore. About one lakh more houses will be distributed next month.

Besides, in the year of Mujib, the Asrayan project under the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has rehabilitated 3,615 families by constructing 643 barracks under 44 projects in 36 upazilas of 21 districts.

(Dhaka Times / 23 January / JB)

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