Noida: Residents of Antriksh Golf View, a high rise in Sector 78, Noida, sought the intervention of local MLA, Pankaj Singh, to speed up the registry of their flats with registrar of stamp (duty), Department of Revenue. A group of 12 residents called on the MLA at his office in Sector 26 to convey their message.
The developer of the high rise owed Rs. 100 crore dues to the Noida Industrial Development Authority, the land owning agency against allotment of plot for development of the society. According to the residents, this has been the reason for postponement of the registration of their flats several years.
They said they have also informed the MLA about the pending development in the society, such as construction of parking lots, lobby, permanent water supply connection, that has been left incomplete by the developer.
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The residents said Singh assured them that officials of the authority would shortly visit the society to take stock of pending work and would direct the developer to complete them.
After the interaction with the MLA, the residents were upbeat and hopeful that the pending work in the society would be completed soon.