The residents of Vedantam Society, Sector 16C, Greater Noida West protested against the builder on Saturday in regards to the pending registry and lack of basic amenities in the society. Senior citizens, children and women also took part in the protest.
According to the residents, out of more than 600 residents, only 70 registries have been done. Earlier, they shared a tweet that said, “@OfficialGNIDA @myogiadityanath @nbhooshan @CMOfficeUP @PMOIndia वेदांतम के निवासियों को बिल्डर को मासिक रखरखाव का भुगतान करने के बाद भी बुनियादी सुविधाएं और रखरखाव नहीं मिल रहा है। गैर-कार्यात्मक लिफ्ट और कोई सीसीटीवी नहीं। स्विमिंग पूल और क्लब के तो सपने ही रहे गए।”
@OfficialGNIDA @myogiadityanath @nbhooshan @CMOfficeUP @PMOIndia वेदांतम के निवासियों को बिल्डर को मासिक रखरखाव का भुगतान करने के बाद भी बुनियादी सुविधाएं और रखरखाव नहीं मिल रहा है। गैर-कार्यात्मक लिफ्ट और कोई सीसीटीवी नहीं। स्विमिंग पूल और क्लब के तो सपने ही रहे गए। pic.twitter.com/TSwQ7obwK4— Vedantam Residents Association (@VedantamReside1) October 24, 2021
Approximately 300 residents live in the society. Residents alleged that the supply of drinking water is unhealthy, the waterlogged in the under-construction premise can spread diseases like malaria. Society has 10 towers, out of which, four are still under construction. According to the residents, due to water leakage and seepage issues, the condition of the basement has become pathetic.
Residents shared that they are not getting basic amenities and maintenance even after paying monthly maintenance charges to the builder. The society has non-functional lifts and no CCTV cameras.
Annu Khan, NEFOMA President and a resident of the society said, “Residents had booked their flats in this project in 2010 and 2011 and the builder started giving possession in 2018. Initially, the builder had given possession of about 450 flats, in which only 70 registries were done. The builder has pending dues in the authority, due to which the registry is pending. The residents repeatedly requested the builder for the registry. Residents are facing the issue of contaminated water and bad electricity supply too."
Umesh Singh, another resident of the society said, “There is nothing in the name of basic facilities in the society. There are no facilities like a gym, club, swing bridge, or fire safety equipment. We are feeling as if someone has cheated us. Seepage and water logging have become everyday problems and the lift is not functioning properly. I have been living here for the last two years, but I am still waiting for my registry.”
Sukhvinder Singh, Facility Manager of the society said, “Society has electricity connection from Noida Power Company Limited (NPCL). Society has Rupees 1.60 per square feet maintenance charges and this is very low, at this price, we are not able to give luxury facilities. Some maintenance related issues will be resolved soon.”