The residents of Supertech Ecovillage 1, 2 and 3 have warned the Government that they will launch a campaign 'No registry, No vote' ahead of the upcoming assembly election in Uttar Pradesh, if the delay in registry and possession of their homes continues.
The issue of pending registry and late possession has become very common in the highrise societies of Greater Noida West. Nearly 15,000 home buyers are facing the issue of pending registration from the three societies.
In most cases, the residents are living in their flats without registry papers due to builder buyer disputes. Earlier, residents of Supertech Ecovillage 1, 2 and 3 had protested against the builder over the pending registry. Residents shared that they have asked for help from the local MLA and MP but received no assistance as yet.
Now the area resident association has initiated a campaign wherein they will ask the affected residents to not cast their votes in the upcoming UP assembly elections to mark their protest against the failure of the authorities to give heed to their demands.
Anupam Mishra(36), a resident of Ecovillage 2 society says, "All the residents are worried due to the pending registry and late possession of their flats. In early 2020, NEFOWA President met with the Chief Minister of UP. However, no action was taken against the builder. All the residents are disappointed and have decided to start a campaign of No registry, No vote in this UP election."
Mritunjay (39), a resident of Ecovillage 3 says, “All the residents are requesting the government to take action on the pending registry. The authority only gives us assurances but nothing more. Now, we have decided to start a 'No registry, No vote' campaign if the registry of flats does not start. Residents of all three societies have decided to protest against the builder and even the authority if required."
Sameer Bharadwaj(42), resident of Ecovillage-1 says, "Authority and the Government are answerable for the pending registry. If the registry will not start, home buyers will start a campaign of ‘No registry, No vote’."
Abhishek Kumar, President of Noida Extension Flat Owners' Welfare Association (Nefowa) says, "Residents of the Greater Noida are facing the issue of the pending registry of their flat and in this, the NEFOWA is with the home buyers. We are waiting for the Supreme Court decision on the authority and builders dispute."