Bahraini families who moved from shanty town demand building extensions
Bahraini families who have been moved recently from a Segaiya shanty town to brand new houses in Tubli are appealing for more space.These families live today in two-bedroom homes.
The families are asking for extensions to be built to the homes or for temporary apartments, until a permanent solution can be found, GDN reported.
They are now living in the 50 new homes in Tubli, built at a cost of BD1 million.
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