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Prominent Housing

Flat owners accuse developer of frauds

Over 200 flat owners of the Prominent Housing yesterday accused the housing authorities of not providing all the facilities they promised in their prospectus.

The flat owners also said they have made all payments to the housing authorities, Mahanagari Traders Ltd., but still did not get the flat registration documents.

They brought the allegations of fraud against the Mahanagari Traders Ltd. at a press conference at Dhaka Reporters' Unity auditorium.

Reading out a written statement, Molla Bashir Ahmed, a flat owner, said they are living in the flats at Adabar in the city for the last one and a half decade, but the authorities still did not provide many facilities they promised during purchase of flats.

He also called for withdrawal of cases filed against the flat owners, including the president of Prominent Housing Flat Malik Kalyan Samity.

He also demanded that the housing authorities give registration documents to the flat owners, provide all facilities they promised in the prospectus, complete all the unfinished construction work and refrain from selling any part of the buildings.

Flat owners Abdul Hamid Mia, Khurshid Rahman Nayna, Bashir Ahmed Panna, Rafiqul Alam Khan and Mizanur Rahman also spoke at the press conference.

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