Greater Noida: The conflicts over lack of basic facilities and security are not a new story in the residential societies of Greater Noida West. To find a solution to the perennial problem, a team of Noida Estate Flat Owners Main Association (NEFOMA) along with residents on Thursday met Assistant Commissioner of Police of Central Noida Yogendra Singh.
NEFOMA President Annu Khan said that there are many issues that lead to dissatisfaction among residents. He said that the issues often turn the situation acerbic in the societies and need to be addressed so that everyone lives with peace.
Talking to CitySpidey, Khan said, “There are many issues prevalent in the societies including lack of proper security, inconsistent garbage collection, inflated electricity bills, incidents of dog bites etc. The residents of Himalaya Pride and Durga Conclave came forward to take the matter to the ACP. We hope that the situation will get better.”
A resident of Himalaya Pride, Devendra Singh said, “We have been living in the society for the last three years. There are many issues in society. The incident of plaster fall is one of the most prominent issues. It is happening because of lack of proper maintenance.”
Secretary of Durga Enclave RWA, Santosh Verma said, “We are being harassed by the builder, neither we can buy nor we can sell the flat at our own free will. A few days ago, an FIR was lodged with the police. The ACP has assured of proper action.”
As informed by the people who were present at the meeting, the ACP has assured them that he will look into the matter. ACP Singh said, “Most of the problems discussed with the residents who came with the NEFOMA are related to basic facilities including electricity, water, security, basic facilities and dog bite incident. We have taken the matter in cognizance and will act on it.”