Noida: A day after local police seized four unclaimed cars outside a high rise in Greater Noida West, residents of Noida are also planning to report the same issue prevalent in their areas.
They complained that there are several unclaimed cars parked inside and outside their residential pocket. They said that the vehicles are a potential security threat for them.
According to reports, the Bisrakh Police Station officials towed four cars parked on services road outside Gaur City society on November 17.
Prior to the action, the police had made a proper inquiry intimating developer and residents of the society to identify the real owners of the cars. But they had not come out to claim the ownership, following which, these cars were towed away from the service road.
It inspired residents of highrises in Noida as well as they are now mulling to hand over a list to cars parked in the society which have not been attended by their owners.
Reacting on the report, Rajesh Khoshla, a resident of Supertech Capetown said that a similar action should be taken against all such cars parked in his society. He said, “It should be applicable in all the societies,” he said.
For identification of vehicles without parking stickers, the Apartment Owners Association had written to Vaibhav Krishna, SSP of Noida and Greater Noida Police in the past.
He said, “In response to our complaints, I received a phone call from police outpost in-charge, who asked to submit list of unclaimed cars. We shall give them list of such vehicles for further action.”