Scores of home purchasers from three diverse gathering lodging social orders situated in Greater Noida met P.C Gupta, Additional CEO (ACEO) of Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) on today, voicing their desolation at being denied their fantasy homes for a considerable length of time. While Gupta guaranteed to determine their burdens, he likewise met with individual designers soliciting them to quick track registry from pads other than giving offices guaranteed by developers and giving over ownership to the mortgage holders.
Addressing, Gupta said that they had guided the manufacturers to work out techniques to address the issues being confronted by the home purchasers. “WE have requested that the engineers work out courses of events towards redressal,” the ACEO said. “On our part we will facilitate fruition authentications and whatever required so ownership can be given over as quickly as time permits,” he said. “On getting dissensions from purchasers, our board of trustees will lead review and move will be made as required,” he included. “We will likewise make quick move to punish truant designers furthermore take restorative measures, where fundamental,” he said.
Deepak Agarwal, CEO, GNIDA had established a board of trustees around a week prior after substantial scale challenges by home purchasers, to investigate private undertakings that have been finished, are in progress and which are yet to begin development. “We are leading broad reviews of the activities in Greater Noida. The point is to lead on review of development being embraced by engineers of gathering lodging social orders as we were getting incessant dissensions from home purchasers,” Agarwal told TOI. “We are looking at grievances that range from deferred ownership, properties not being enrolled, sub-standard development and development being completed past the authorized building arranges,” he clarified. “Today was the principal board of trustees meeting,” Agarwal said.
In the interim, the purchasers speaking to gatherings of scores of families said they were at their ties end. “We have been running from column to post with the expectation that our issues will be determined,” said Ashok Kambhoj, from Supertech Eco Village-2, who was guaranteed ownership of his home in 2015. “I have paid 95% of the expense of my unit, yet I keep on waiting for it. Additionally the developer has built 3 towers illicitly,” he said. Another gathering of home purchasers were irate with their engineer because of non-consummation of development work other than the absence of other essential offices in their venture. Vikalp Gaur, another home purchaser from Amrapali Leisure Park said they were encouraged up of void guarantees. “We are managing deferred ownership, no fulfillment endorsements and a great deal more,” he said including that Amrapali, Centurain, Amrapali Villas and tasks of different manufacturers are confronting a comparable issue. “I trust this time the GNIDA can resolve our issues,” he said.