Noida: Nowadays, the breach of security and safety is a major issue in the societies of Noida and Greater Noida. Recently, the residents of Supertech Capetown, a residential highrise society in Sector 74, Noida have raised the issue of no security guard at the basement parking during late night. Earlier, the residents of Nirala Greenshire society raised the issue of security in their society.
Residents shared that a few days ago, there was an attempt to steal from the car of a resident of tower CC2. On failure, the thieves broke the number plate of the vehicle and again the similar incident happened a week ago. On complaining about this, Supertech management was told that this should not happen again. According to the residents, anyone can reach any flat through the lift from the basement, this is a big security threat.
Residents alleged that there have been incidents of diesel theft from the cars parked in the basement of the society. They said that not only diesel, other items have also been stolen from cars.
Arun Sharma, AOA president said, “Builder never thinks about the security of the residents. He just needs money. Residents are paying Rs 2.35 per sqft common area charges but the facilities are zero. Having no security guard in the basement is a threat to the residents. Noida Authority has to take action on the builder.”
Ajay Pandey, a resident of the society shared, “Yesterday, I was late from my office, it was 11.30 pm. I had some luggage in my car. I thought that I should take the help of the guard till the goods were taken to the lift, I started looking for the guard but I could not find him. Whereas we have been told by Supertech Management that there will always be some guard near the CC 1/2 tower.”
He added, “Last week, the same incident happened. I reached the basement at 12 am but there was no guard present, and after the incident last night, it seems that the builder is only robbing the public and not providing service.”
A resident of tower CC2, on the condition of anonymity, said, “I have called Devendra Tyagi, and shared the incident. I had parked my car with full safety but on September 20 morning, I found some suspicious activity which was done by someone. My high-security number plate was broken. I am also facing issues with the gearbox. I think someone has attacked that as well. I also shared this issue with guard Shiva Narayan.”
Nitish Arora, Director of Facilities, Supertech said, “These accusations are baseless. I fail to understand them as there are security guards posted at entry and exit gates.”