Himalaya Pride: Residents go to consumer court to raise their issues
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Himalaya Pride: Residents go to consumer court to raise their issues

“In the name of maintenance, the services are zero"

Himalaya Pride: Residents go to consumer court to raise their issues

Residents of Himalaya Pride, a residential society in Greater Noida West went to consumer court against the builder on October 25. Residents shared that the second hearing is on December 15.

Residents alleged that the society is incomplete. Towers need to be painted and the driveway road needs to be repaired as soon as possible. According to them, they are paying maintenance charges of 2 per rupees square foot, but the builder is not able to provide the basic facilities in the society.

Residents alleged that the builder supplies groundwater in the society. According to them, society is facing lack of security and one of the emergency gates is permanently closed. One of the residents shared the case of stolen tires of a car from the society. Residents shared that the builder should fix more CCTV cameras for the safety of society.

A resident, on the condition of anonymity, said that from the last two years, water charges were included in the maintenance but suddenly the builder shared the last two years' water bills with the residents. According to the builder, they were shared by the Greater Noida Authority.

Naresh Nautiyal, a resident of the society said, “Builder promised many things to us but there has been no execution. We are paying the full amount of maintenance charges but in return, no maintenance work has been done in the society.”

Another resident, Rakesh Sharma said, “In the name of maintenance, the services are zero. The load of the generator needs to be increased. Every day, we are facing electricity issues in society. Builder sold the common area of the society in the name of parking. Towers need to be painted again. The condition of the society becomes pathetic day by day.”

Devraj Chauhan, advocate representing the residents said, “We have filed a complaint against the builder and a copy of the complaint was submitted to the builder’s lawyer. Now we are waiting for their response on the next hearing which is on December 15.”

CitySpidey also tried to reach out to the builder but there is no response from their side. We will update after getting any reaction from the builder side.