As Housing Is a Basic Need for People the Government Should Provide Free Housing for Everyone


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As housing is a basic need for people, the government should provide free housing for everyone who can’t afford it. To what extent do you agree or disagree?


The human race required three essential requirements for living, shelter, food and water. Some people believe that housing is a pivotal need. Thus, for that mankind who can’t afford the house or pernicious citizen, the bureaucrat ought to yield it free of cost. I partially agree with the given notion, and my inclination is justified along with the logical conclusion.

There are several reasons behind it that indicate this is a positive development. Firstly, the authority gets several taxes for ameliorating citizen life and yield better facilities and lifestyle, people who have no house or live in the hut face a host of problems, especially in monsoon season. Secondly, person or family, who have no house or not able to afford it they live anywhere for temporary places, after some period when they move they required to get a new job or work as well as like-new journey.

There are also some drawbacks for offer free houses by the government. The majority of laymen do hard work or jobs to live a better and healthy life; moreover, after getting free housing, some people misuse it, such as by renting a house and living in a hut. In addition, for several developing countries, this is not futile because it requires abundant money; if the central government use the majority of treasure to yield free house, then other developments adjourn.

To sum up, as we all know that shelter is pivotal for mankind, the house provides guard from cold, heat as well as rain. Some people claim that authorities ought to give housing to their citizens who can not afford to purchase it. I partially agree with the given notion, and people live a better life, it beneficial for pernicious families.

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