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While praising the Prime Minister's gift of houses to poor people across the country, the government has been embarrassed by a number of untoward incidents. The walls collapsed just a week and a half after the house was demolished. There have also been allegations of taking money from homeless people. The government does not want to repeat these crimes in the first phase. The Prime Minister's Office has given a strong message to the field administration not to make the mistake mentioned in the second phase.

In a recent letter from the Prime Minister's Office to all the Deputy Commissioners and Upazila Nirbahi Officers (UNOs) of the country, it has been said that under no circumstances can any kind of money be taken from the beneficiaries. Even if money is spent on transportation, that money cannot be taken. In a letter signed by Tofazzal Hossain Mia, Secretary to the Prime Minister's Office, it has been made clear that no compromise can be made to ensure quality during house construction. Wood, tin, brick, sand, cement should be used in the construction of houses by ensuring quality. Strict surveillance has been called for to prevent anyone who owns land from entering the ongoing housing scheme.

According to the information received from the Prime Minister's Office, on the occasion of the birth centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the government announced a program to provide houses and land to 6 lakh 72 thousand 33 landless and homeless families across the country. In the first phase, ownership of 6,179 houses was explained on January 23. Homes are being provided to the homeless under Shelter Project II under the Prime Minister's Office.

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When Mamtaz Begum collapsed, she was rescued and taken to the local Upazila Health Complex. A local chairman has been accused of taking Rs 20,000 to Rs 30,000 from homeless people in Satkhira's Tala Upazila for not only demolishing houses but also giving gifts to the Prime Minister. Apart from that, those who are not supposed to get a house have also got it.

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