Fusion Homes: Builder threatens residents with legal notice to form RWA

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Fusion Homes: Builder threatens residents with legal notice to form RWA

The residents alleged that there are many structural defaults within the society

Fusion Homes: Builder threatens residents with legal notice to form RWA

Noida: The Fusion Buildtech Private Limited has sent a legal notice to the residents of Fusion Homes, a residential highrise society in Greater Noida West, asking them to form a Resident Welfare Association (RWA) within 30 days.

They mentioned in the notice that if the RWA is not formed within 30 days then the company shall be withdrawing all the maintenance services including security, sanitation services, electricity etc. The legal notice was sent on July 23.

CitySpidey talked to residents on the formation of RWA. Many residents seemed to be reluctant to form the RWA. They cited many reasons for their reluctance. The residents alleged that there are many structural defaults within the society which need to be sorted before formation of the RWA.

“I am afraid if the builder will do maintenance handover, then he will run away from many pending works within the society,” said Manoj Mishra, a resident of Fusion Homes.

Another resident from the society, Ashok Gupta said, “We will not form the RWA unless the builder completes his work. There are several structural defaults in society that have been highlighted to the builder as well as authority. They need to be rectified. There are seepages and cracks in many flats. There is seepage as well in the basement.”

“There is an uncomfortable turn at the entry parking ramp in G tower which needs to be taken care of. Apart from this, the parking area dispute has also not been addressed. The promised green area is yet to be developed,” he added.

“We don't want to form RWA unless the builder finishes the incomplete work. The builder had committed solar system, locker facilities at lobbies and other facilities. There is also no dedicated maintenance office and community centre. They were promised by the builder,” said Sanjeev Shukla, a resident of the society.

CitySpidey talked to Senior Manager of Fusion Buildtech Private Limited, Manish Gupta to know about the legal notice asking residents to form RWA, he said, “We are facing problems in collection of maintenance charges from the residents. Many residents don't pay maintenance charges. It is affecting the maintenance inside society. We are required to pay for various maintenance services. That is why we are asking them to form RWA and manage the maintenance activities on their own.”