Sky Gardens: Worried residents raise bad condition of basement

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Sky Gardens: Worried residents raise bad condition of basement

According to the residents, the condition of the basement has gone from bad to worse

Sky Gardens: Worried residents raise bad condition of basement

Greater Noida: Residents of Shri Radha Sky Gardens, Sector 16 B, Greater Noida West, have raised the issue of waterlogging and seepage from the pillars of the basement. According to the residents, the condition of the basement has gone from bad to worse.

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Around 800 residents live in the society. Residents shared that they are demanding basic amenities in society for the last three years. They alleged that the construction of the basement is very bad, there is a leakage of water from the pipes.

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The pillars of the basement are not in good condition because of seepage. The residents shared that the builder does not charge any maintenance charges because society lacks basic amenities.

Vishal Anand, a resident of the society said, “The condition of Shri Radha Sky Gardens basement is not good for the last 2-3 years. No one is at all bothered. The situation is worsening day-by-day. Lifts of the society are also not functional. The builder is not at all showing any positive signs to  resolve the issues.”

Gaurav Patel, a resident of Tower 4 said, “For the last three years, we are fighting for the condition of the basement. Society lacks basic amenities. The Sewage Treatment Plant is not working. The rainwater gets logged in the basement. It will affect the pillars, which may affect the structure of the building. We also filed a complaint in authority but no one has listened to us.”

CitySpidey also tried to contact the maintenance team head but they did not respond to us.