Residents of Ecovillage-1 protest to demand registry of flats

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Residents of Ecovillage-1 protest to demand registry of flats

Residents alleged that more than 3000 families have their registries pending

Residents of Ecovillage-1 protest to demand registry of flats

Greater Noida: Residents of Supertech Ecovillage 1, a high rise residential society in Greater Noida West, protested against the builder for the pending registry of their flats.

Residents alleged that more than 3000 families have their registries pending due to which they are facing problems. They have to pay an extra rate of interest to the bank because they do not have their registry paper. Approximately 250 residents took part in the protest.

Residents of the society have protested against the builder earlier as well. Residents shared that this time, they had to come out on the road because no one was listening to their concerns. Residents are also demanding  the Occupancy Certificate (OC) and Completion Certificate (CC).

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Mihir Gautam, a resident of Ecovillage-1 said, "We are tired of pleading with the authorities. We also attended a meeting in which the builder was present but the builder flatly refused to give the money to the authority. The authority is avoiding action against the builder and looks completely helpless. So what option does a troubled home buyer have? That's why peaceful protests are being held."

Shailendra Gupta, resident C2, Ecovillage-1 said, "All the residents of Eco Village 1 have been campaigning on Twitter for the past month. We are appealing to the government and the Greater Noida Authority to get the registry started somehow. However, till now, nothing has been received except assurance."

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Vijay Singh, another resident of Ecovillage-1 said, "Pending registry is a big issue raised by the residents. Due to this, we are facing many problems like we don’t own our flats and we have to pay an extra rate of interest to the bank. If we want to sell our flat, no one will buy this."

CitySpidey also talked with facility head, Nitish Arora, who said, "We all are aware about the issue. Basically, the residents raised the issue of lift malfunctioning in their society and the work on that will be done by September 30. Residents have moulded this issue into the registry issue. We and  authority are on it and will solve the problems soon."