Building material price increased by up to 50 percent, construction stalled …..

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Due to the enormous increase in the price of building materials such as sand, cement, baria, gravel, etc., the dream of the builders was eclipsed. Within the last three months, building material prices have risen by 20 to 50 percent. The highest price of sand is up 53 percent. Due to the increased cost of building materials, the beneficiaries who benefit from the state housing regulation are facing the greatest difficulties. You have the money to buy the house at the old price and now it is going to be difficult to finish building the house at that price. The beneficiaries are pressured to complete the construction from above. If the roof of a house is not made due to inflation, someone’s plastering work will be incomplete. Anisa’s wife Shamsher, a resident of the town’s Jogiana Ward, says the roof of the house cannot be sloped due to the rise in building material prices. Nasreen’s wife, Zubair, a Jogiana resident, says the government gave them 2.50 lakh in three installments, but inflation means that four to five lakh rupees are being spent to build a room, bathroom and stairs. You need to get a loan to build a home. Farzana Maqbool and Shafikul Qadri, who are building the house in the Chauhatta district, have stopped construction. Building materials trader Ateeq Ahmed says it has stopped shipping sand from rivers. As a result, the price of sand has increased by one and a half times as less has reached the market. The rise in the price of rods and plastic pipes is due to the rise in raw material costs. Many of the housing program beneficiaries had borrowed ballast, sand, etc., but due to rising inflation and budget problems, the beneficiaries are unable to pay the shopkeepers’ fees.

Due to the enormous increase in the price of building materials such as sand, cement, baria, gravel, etc., the dream of the builders was eclipsed. Within the last three months, building material prices have risen by 20 to 50 percent. The highest price of sand is up 53 percent. Due to the increased cost of building materials, the beneficiaries who benefit from the state housing regulation are facing the greatest difficulties. You have the money to buy the house at the old price and now it is going to be difficult to finish building the house at that price. The beneficiaries are pressured to complete the construction from above. If the roof of a house is not built due to inflation, then someone’s plastering work has been left incomplete. Anisa’s wife Shamsher, a resident of the town’s Jogiana Ward, says the roof of the house cannot be sloped due to the rise in building material prices. Nasreen’s wife, Zubair, a Jogiana resident, says the government gave them 2.50 lakh in three installments, but inflation means that four to five lakh rupees are being spent to build a room, bathroom and stairs. You need to get a loan to build a home. Farzana Maqbool and Shafikul Qadri, who are building the house in the Chauhatta district, have stopped construction. Building materials trader Ateeq Ahmed says it has stopped shipping sand from rivers. As a result, the price of sand has increased by one and a half times as less has reached the market. The rise in prices for rods and plastic pipes is due to the rise in raw material costs. Many of the housing program beneficiaries had borrowed ballast, sand, etc., but due to rising inflation and budget problems, the beneficiaries are unable to pay the shopkeepers’ fees.

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