Noida: On Tuesday, the residents of Supertech Ecovillage 1, 2 and 3 met Additional Chief Executive Officer (ACEO) of Greater Noida Authority, Amandeep Duli regarding the start of the pending registry of their flats on a pro-rata basis.
In the 123rd board meeting, the authority didn’t raise the issue of the pending registry. Regarding this, residents met with the ACEO and raised the issue of the pending registry of their flats in the last meeting with ACEO on September 29. The ACEO assured that along with the finance team on Monday, asked them to start their registry on a pro-rata basis.
Again the residents from all three societies visited the authority office and discussed how to start a pending registry on a pro-rata basis. Residents shared ACEO gave assurance for another meeting within a week with a single representative from the three societies.
Anupam Mishra, a resident of Ecovillage 2 said, “According to the pro-rata basis, the authority took approximately 30 lakhs rupees per flat from a builder. With the help of a pro-rata basis, authority tried to collect their pending dues. It is obvious that the builder does not give the amount of 30 or 35 lakhs for the registry of 20 lakhs flat.”
He added, “We denied to the authority for doing registry on the pro-rata basis. According to the residents, if the authority wants their pending dues so they have to take the builder’s personal property.”
Sameer Bharadwaj, a resident of Ecovillage 1 said, “Practically from the pro-rata basis, the registry is impossible. Authority charges just double the flat amount. Now we do not have anything to pay. We are trying our best to get our registry. If the authority wants their pending dues then they have to seal the builder private property. We are hoping for the concussion in the next meeting.”
Mrityunjay Jha, a resident of Ecovillage 3 said, “According to the pro-rata basis, authority charges just double of property prices and we all know that builder will pay the double amount. Authority should have to detach the builder’s personal property, collect their dues and star our registry.”