Noida: At present, it takes at least an entire day for residents of Gautam Budh Nagar to get the work done at the office of Deputy Registrar, Society and Firm, located at Meerut. To address this problem, the residents of Noida have started demanding opening of an office in Noida.
On Friday, the residents have written to local MLA Pankaj Singh, demanding him to look into the matter to get it addressed by the higher authorities in the state.
The demand is being raised especially at a time when the government has taken progressive steps for opening a bench of state real estate regulatory authority and a passport office in recent months.
An active citizen PR Chandna, who resides at a society in Sector 62, Noida, said that the district has grown leaps and bounds with passage of time.
Thousands of societies have also come up. They needs to be formally registered with with zonal office of Deputy Registrar, Society and Firm, which is currently located around a hundred kilometers away in Meerut from the district.
He said, “A lot of time gets consumed while commuting to and from Deputy Registrar office. It also cause a inconvenience to everyone as they need to travel by road and face congestions along the way.”
“Residents of the societies, RWAs, senior citizens' associations and other people are often required to visit the office in Meerut. Most of the time, the process of redressal gets stretched and people are required to make 2-3 visits to get their work done,” he added.
He said that numbers of such associations and societies are consistently increasing. “There are also unregistered societies where construction is going on. These are going to increase work load on the existing zonal office,” he further said.
He continued, “This problem would be solved if the government takes steps and open a new office in Noida. It would benefit people beloging to Gautam Budh Nagar and Ghaziabad.”