Gurugram: Residents of Emaar Emerald Hills in sector 65 braved the heavy downpour and sat on sit-in protest outside the society with their families and children on Saturday, not asking for moon but to have motorable access road to their society.
Since the day when only access road for 200 acres of township in sector 65, got caved in, residents and RWA have been escalating the matter to DTP, DC and CM through CM window. Except for assurance, no action has been taken on ground, they alleged.
They informed that though DTP (Enforcement) carried out an inspection last month of all three 24-meters road promised by Emaar, while selling this project in their approved layout plan. The caved in road is still unattended and over 3000 residents are suffering badly with no faults at their end.
While protesting over lack of access road, they said sincerely hope the government and authorities will listen to them and builder will be taken to task for falsely taking OC and putting lives of so many residents at risk. "If their problem is unresolved soon, they will be forced to block Golf Course Extension road and gherao DC office.
Anyway we don't have any route to go home so let's stay in DC office hoping he will act," said RWA.
There are three 24 meters roads were shown in approved layout plan, but not even a single including the caved in road is operational.
"We have knocked every possible door of authorities from DTP (Planning) to DTP (Enforcement) to HRERA to CM Window. No respite till date. The builder has acted just like any other road side builder," Satyanand Shukla, RWA Member
"The developer just fooled us. 200 Acres township having no 24 connectivity despite 3 on paper is the cruel joke with all residents,"Pankaj Thukral, RWA Secretary
"Despite being just 200 meters away from Golf course Extension Road, it takes 5 KMs and 30 minutes to reach main road. World seems to be so out of bound for us especially ladies and kids," Swati Wilton, Resident.