Parliament Speaker Mohamed Nasheed has expressed his concerns and wishes to discover what happened to the missing one-room apartments of the Hiyaa Housing Project of the past government.
Speaker Nasheed’s comment was in regards to a resolution submitted to the parliament today by Naifaru MP Ahmed Shiyam to enquire the concerns regarding the “missing” one-room apartments of Hiyaa Housing Project.
The apartments constructed by the state owned companies were to be given over to the Housing Development Corporation, which will at that point grant the apartments to qualified candidates.
Nonetheless, a ton of public clamors were seen when the governement ended the whole classification of one-room apartments from the final rundown of awardees for the undertaking. The explanation offered by the government was that there were insufficient apartments developed.
MP Shiyam’s resolution demanded the government to clarify why ithere were insufficient apartments when the apartments were indeed complete.
MP Shiyam’s resolution likewise read that Housing Minister Mohamed Aslam had claimed that there were one room apartments built, yet later claimed that only MWSC had finished the one-room apartments project where there were just 36 apartments constructed.
Parliament Speaker and Former President Nasheed enquired MP Shiyam when and where the Housing Minister had stated that and he also seek to clarify what happened to this one-room apartments project.
Housing Minister Aslam stated in last July that development of the one-room apartments has not started yet. The one-room apartments were to be granted under the class of residents living in Male’ City between the age of 18-40, under Dhaftharu, recently wedded couples and people with disabilities.
The fiasco surrounding the awarding of Hiyaa Flats has caused a massive public outcry and many claiming that it was unjust.