Grand Ajnara Heritage residents protest developer’s indiscretion

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Grand Ajnara Heritage residents protest developer’s indiscretion

The residents say the unfinished work is causing enormous difficulties to them.

Grand Ajnara Heritage residents protest developer’s indiscretion

Noida: Residents of Grand Ajnara Heritage here staged a protest demonstration against their developer at the entrance of the society on Sunday. Their grouse is that the developer was not completing the leftover works in the high rise of Sector 74. 

The residents say the unfinished work is causing enormous difficulties to them.

DK Singh, president of the apartment owner association (AOA), said that there was a list 35 works pending completion. But the developer has not taken an initiative to finish them. 

Citing Uttar Pradesh apartments Act, he said a car parking for visitors in the ratio of 10 per cent of total area of the society is mandatory. But the developer has allegedly sold the parking lot to individual residents, which is a violation of the rules. 

Apart from this, the developer has not cleared dues raised against water supply by the Noida Industrial Development authority to the society. The outstanding dues amount to Rs 2.3 crore. Singh said that the developer had promised to clear the dues but failed to do so after six months. 

Over a hundred residents had paid for stamp and duty to the developer for registry of their property with the department of land revenue. But it is yet to be executed after two years. 

As per the electricity regulator's guidelines, the developer should make audited account of power supply public with residents on each quarter, but he is not sharing it with the residents. He has also been diverting power supply to commercial outlet adjacent to the society. 

Singh said that they have handed over a memorandum to the maintenance management of the society and requested the developer to hold a meeting with residents to discuss and find solutions to all the issues. He said, ''If the developer fails to fulfill the demands, the residents would be forced to take to street and launch a vigorous protest against him.''