Supertech Capetown: Basement gets inundated after short burst of rain

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Supertech Capetown: Basement gets inundated after short burst of rain

Residents have been raising the bad condition of the basement for long

Supertech Capetown: Basement gets inundated after short burst of rain

Greater Noida: Waterlogging, water leakage and seepage have become a common sight in societies of Noida and Greater Noida. Recently, residents of Supertech Capetown, a residential society in Sector 74, Noida raised the issue of waterlogging and seepage from the pillars of the basement as it rained heavily on the night of September 23.

Resident of the society shared a tweet, “@CeoNoida @Supertechltd  @rituias2003 @CapeOwners @UPGovt तीन साल ना बिल्डर ने कोई कार्य किया  और ना ही निवर्तमान Aoa ने जिसकी वजह से आज बीम और कालम ये हालत है  #हैंडोवर बिल्डिंग गिरेगी ? कौन जिम्मेदारी लेगा ?25 हज़ार परिवार ख़तरे  में है।.”

Residents shared that the condition of the basement is pathetic. According to them, they find it difficult to park their vehicle there. Residents alleged that for the last six years, the condition of the basement has been the same. They have to park their vehicle under the leaking pipes.

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Ajay Pandey, a resident of the society shared a tweet, “आदरणीय @rituias2003 , @CeoNoida ,@myogiadityanath  जी, ये विडियो @Supertechltd  केप टाउन   बेसमेंट की है।आम आदमी के जिन्दगी भर की कमाई  लेकर बिल्डर ने किस क्वालिटी का बिल्डिंग बनाया है? ऐसे बिल्डरों को सजा  दिलाने के लिए तथा आम आदमी को न्याय दिलाने लिए क्या देश में कोई कानून है?”

Arun Sharma, AOA President said, “Assistant CEO Neha Sharma wrote a letter to Central Building Research Institute (CBRI) for the inspection of the society. CBRI did the inspection in Supertech Emerald Court. We have complained many times but the condition of the basement is the same.  The water quality in society is not good. A major accident can happen if any naked wire is there. I requested the residents of our society to avoid going into the basement unnecessarily.”

Ashim Mishra, a resident, said, “After mere 10 minutes of rain, the condition of the basement became pathetic. The water leaked from the pillars and water pipes leaked due to overflow. It also affects the structure of the building. It is very difficult to walk in the basement. There is a leakage and the whole basement is flooded. My car is four months old and I have to park my cars under the leaking pipes. Due to this, the paint of the cars is affected.”