Noida: The Uttar Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority (UP RERA) on Monday held an online meeting with representatives of Supertech Capetown's builder, owners of flats, Apartment Owners Association (AOA) President over pending registry of more than 1,700 flats at the society.
Supertech Capetown is a residential highrise society located at Sector 74, Noida.
Three RERA officials, representatives of Supertech builder, around 50 flat owners and AOA President Arun Sharma attended the online meeting.
In the meeting, AOA Presient and flat owners Shashi Sharma, Rajeev Rastogi, Major General Raina, and Naresh Dua alleged that the builder owes an amount to Noida Authority and that is why the registry of flats is on hold.
Arun Sharma, AOA President said, “RERA officials have asked the builder to submit a time-bound program in writing. Flat owners have been asked to write all their problems in details and send them to RERA through me.”
“Around 1,700 flat owners have paid the full amount to the builder but they are still deprived of the ownership of their flats. Stopping the registry of flats is morally wrong and it is also mental and financial exploitation,” he added.
Varnit Bisht, a resident of flat number 1405 said, “I bought my flat in 2019 and paid the full amount of the flat. We have come to know that the builder owes an amount to the Noida Authority. Amid all this, the residents are suffering. We request the authority to find a solution as soon as possible.”
DP Sharma, a resident of flat number 108 said, “We don't know what is happening between the builder and the authority. We only want registry of our flats.”
Dr Avinash Tripathi, Officer on Special Duty (OSD), Housing Department of Noida Authority said, “Noida Authority is dedicated to providing relief to home buyers. If the builders are not able to pay the amount then they can deposit the proportional amount, then we will allow registry of the flats.”