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That MP gets house after risingbd publishes report

News Desk || risingbd.com

Published: 16:44, 24 January 2021   Update: 16:48, 24 January 2021

Nearly 77,000 homeless families have been handed over houses and land across the country on the occasion of Mujib Year. Former MP from Mymensingh’s Gafargaon Enamul Haque Judge Mia also got a house as part of this initiative.

Local MP Fahmi Gulandaz Babel handed over the house and land documents to the former MP in the conference room of Gafargaon Upazila Parishad on Saturday (January 23) morning.

Gafargaon Municipality Mayor Iqbal Hossain Sumon confirmed the matter. 

He said, “Local MP Fahmi Gulandaz Babel handed over the house to him with her own hands.”

The country’s popular online news portal ‘risingbd’ published a report over his miserable life on December 6 last year which drew attention of government officials.

Enamul Haque Judge Mia was elected Member of Parliament (MP) twice from Mymensingh-10 (Gafargaon) constituency in 1983 and 1986 under the Jatiya Party. He is the husband of dopted daughter of former Jatiya Party chairman Hussein Muhammad Ershad.

His first wife along with a daughter lives in the United States of America while the second wife Nasima Haque resides with her two children in two houses at Purana Paltan and Kazi Para in the capital. Judge Mia Enamul Haque gave all the assets in names of his two wives and children.

Once Enamul Haque Judge Mia had a luxurious house in Gafargaon municipal town and Dhaka. In the latest, he donated 12 decimal of land in Gafargaon town in the for a mosque. Enamul Haque along with his third wife Ruma and an 8-year-old son Noor Elahi has been currently living in a rented house in Ward No. 2 of Gafargaon. He used to sleep on the floor as he could not afford to buy a bed.

Enamul Haque Judge Mia expressed his gratitude to the government after getting the land and house. “I do not want to blame anyone for my current situation,” he told risingbd.

At the end of his life, he claimed that he had contribution to the War of Independence and sought its recognition from the government.
 

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