Greater Noida: Scores of residents of Panchsheel Greens Pinnacle, Sector 16B, Greater Noida West, protested against the builder and the local authorities over the pending registry of flats in front of the sales office on Sunday.
The residents said that they are running from pillar to post in order to get the registries of their homes. But neither the builder nor the local authorities are listening. Residents said that this project was launched in the year 2015. However, the residents received the handover/possession of the flats in Tower F2 of the project in march 2020. They also said that during the handover of the flats the builder assured the residents that the registry of flats will be done within a few weeks. The residents have written several letters to the authority.
One of the letters was submitted to the CEO of Greater Noida Authority which mentioned, “Builder assured the residents to give the registry within weeks after handover. We have paid the applicable stamp duty to the government as per the mandatory condition of the builder, prior to handover/possession of our flats and a copy of paid stamp duty has also been submitted to the builder,” a resident who did not wish to be named said.
About 180-190 families live in this society and not a single person has got the registry, according to the residents. Residents said they have done several follow-ups with the builder and builder’s office in-person, telephonically towards execution of the registry but all in vain, and to date, the registration is pending.
On the day of the protest, the maintenance team assured residents that they will conduct a meeting on this issue on Monday. But the meeting was not done. The meeting was going to be held with the CEO of Panchsheel Buildtech Pvt Ltd.
For which, residents were called to Panchsheel Greens 2 at 10 am. But the residents asked to hold the meeting in their tower as everyone was busy with their office work. The residents were assured they will get to know soon about the meeting, but till now they haven’t got any update.