Greater Noida: On the second consecutive day, the residents of Vedantam Society, Sector 16C, Greater Noida West protested against the builder on Sunday over pending registry and lack of basic amenities in the society. Yesterday, residents held a protest in which senior citizens, children, and women also took part.
During the protest, residents shared that approximately 300 residents live in the society, out of which only 70 registries have been done. Residents alleged that the supply of drinking water is not healthy even a water purifier is not able to purify it. Society has 10 towers out of which 4 are under construction.
According to the residents, there is waterlogged in the under-construction premise and basement creating insanitation in the society. It can spread deadly diseases. The leakage of pipe and the seepage from the pillars of the basement will affect the structure. They shared that they are not getting basic amenities even after paying maintenance charges on time. CCTV cameras are not provided and the lift remains defunct.
Amresh, a resident of tower B said, "Most of the residents booked their flat in the year 2010 and 2011. Only 70 registries were done. The builder has pending dues in the authority, due to which the registry is pending. In between the authority and the builder, residents are facing difficulties. We have repeatedly requested the builder for the registry but to no result. Residents are facing the issue of contaminated water and poor electricity supply too."
Rahul Gupta, another resident from tower D said, "The builder has not provided any facilities." There are no facilities like a gym, club or fire safety equipment. Seepage and waterlogging have become everyday problems and the lift is not functioning properly. Every weekend we have to protest and demand basic amenities."
In a word with CitySpidey, Sukhvinder Singh, Facility Manager of the society mentioned, "Society has electricity connection from Noida Power Company Limited (NPCL). The maintenance charge of the society is rupees 1.60 per square feet and this is very little to provide luxury facilities. We have noted the other maintenance-related issues and they would be resolved soon."