GreNo West: NEFOWA, residents raise issues with authority's ACEO
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GreNo West: NEFOWA, residents raise issues with authority's ACEO

NEFOWA met ACEO Amandeep Duli and discussed various issues at the authority's camp office

GreNo West: NEFOWA, residents raise issues with authority's ACEO

Noida: The Noida Extension Flat Owners Welfare Association (NEFOWA) on Wednesday met Additional Chief Executive Officer (ACEO) of Greater Nodia Authority Amandeep Duli to discuss various issues at the camp Office located at Balak Inter College, Greater Noida West.

The residents of Aishwarya Apartment, Gaur City – 12the Avenue and Apex Golf Avenue were also present during the meeting.

President of NEFOWA, Abhishek Kumar said, “The issue of registry and maintenance is very important in the societies of Greater Noida West. The registry has not been done in many societies and in almost all societies, the main reason for conflict with builders is society maintenance. The ACEO of the authority has been requested to direct the builder to solve the problems of the societies.”

Rakesh Ranjan, AOA President of GC-12 raised the issue of the common facility of Gaur City-2 Complex. He said, “The internal roads of Gaur City-2 are completely broken, street lights and horticulture amenities are also not being maintained. Along with this, the sewer line is also not functioning properly, due to which the problem of backflow in the societies keeps coming in the rains.”

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The residents of Aishwaryam Society of Gaur City-2 raised the issue of poor maintenance of their society. He said, “Ramps in the society and roads in the parking area are in very bad condition. There is dampness everywhere in the basement and water is leaking. There is dampness in the tower too. The fire extinguisher is not fully operational. Hose reels don't work. Rain Water Harvesting, Sewage Treatment Plant and Waste Treatment Plant also do not work properly. The residents requested the CEO to direct the builder to get rid of all these problems.”

Residents of Apex Golf Avenue discussed pending registry of flats and maintenance issues. There are 730 flats in the society and it is almost ready but the registration of flats is still an issue. The residents here are suffering due to the battle between the builder and the authority.

ACEO Amandeep Duli said that the meeting is being held with the authority and builders of all the societies.

Manish Kumar, Senior Vice President, NEFOWA said, “NEFOWA has once again reiterated the demand for the underpass, cremation ground, stadium and Ramlila Ground, on which the ACEO said that the survey of the underpass is going on. It will be completed by the month of December, after which its tender will be floated. Accepting NEFOWA's suggestion at the cremation ground, he said that the crematorium under the new Hindon bridge will be modernised and a CNG furnace will be installed in it, the stadium and Ramlila ground are also being surveyed.”