The residents of tower F2 in Panchsheel Greens Pinnacle, a residential highrise society in Greater Noida West, protested against the builder in regards of the pending registry of flats. The stalemate does not seem to be coming to an end. All the residents, who have been living in the tower for about one and a half years, are yet to get the registry done. Greater Noida Police was also present on the spot.
Earlier, for two consecutive days, the residents protested in front of the society's sales office and started shouting slogans and the builder sent his bouncers who reportedly manhandled the protesters which made the situation go worse.
As per the residents, they have been raising their issues for a long time and they have been doing their best to reach the builder for a solution.
About 180-190 families live in Panchsheel Green Pinnacle F2 Tower and not a single person has got their registry done, according to the residents. They said that they have done several follow-ups with the builder about the registry but all has gone in vain, and to date, the registration is pending.
Earlier, as a mark of protest and to get the attention of builder, the residents had placed banners inside the society suggesting the new buyers to refrain from buying flats in the society. According to residents, this made the builder furious and he removed all the banners and served legal notice to several citizens.
Residents shared that this project was launched in the year 2015. However, the residents received the possession of the flats in Tower F2 of the project in March 2020. During the handover of the flats, the builder assured the residents that the registry of flats will be done within a few weeks.
Manish Kumar, Senior Vice President of NEFOWA said, “Residents of Panchsheel Pinnacle F2 Tower are protesting against the pending registry, the posters in the balcony of the flats being taken off from the roof without any permission or notice and the builder are sending the legal notices to the residents.
One of the residents shared that a letter 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.”
CitySpidey also contacted the Director of Panchsheel Buildtech Pvt Ltd, Anuj Chaudhary to know about their stand in the present stand-off. He said, “If anyone is responsible for the pending registry, it is the authority. The farmer compensation and interest-related ases are subjudice in the High Court and Supreme Court. On October 27, we have a hearing in the high court. Let’s wait for the court decision.”