Defunct lift throws life out of gear in Shri Radha Sky Garden

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Defunct lift throws life out of gear in Shri Radha Sky Garden

Climbing 19 floors is the only option for the residents

Defunct lift throws life out of gear in Shri Radha Sky Garden

GreNo West: Climbing two or three floors of stairs may be something you may consider to stay fit. But what if you are forced to climb 19 floors. If you want a true reaction, ask this from the residents of Tower 12 of Shri Radha Sky Garden, Sector 16 B, Greater Noida where defunct lifts have turned life out of gear.

The residents of Tower 12 of Shri Radha Sky Garden, are struggling from the lack of lits for the past 5 days. Out of the two lifts in the tower, one has not been working for the last six months. To make things worse, the other lift also stopped working on December 18th. The tower has 19 storeys and about 50 families are living in it.

Residents shared that they have also raised their concerns with the Authority. However, they are still waiting for some remedial measures to their problem.

On this subject, residents of the society shared a tweet,

This is not the first time that a case of malfunctioning lifts has come to light in the Shri Radha Sky Garden society. Earlier on December 12, the residents of Tower 3 were facing the same issue where both of the lifts became dysfunctional at the same time. Out of the two lifts in the tower, one has not been working for the last three years. The tower has 20 stories and about 60 families are living in tower 3. Residents had filed a police complaint about the non-functional lifts.

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Residents pointed that the non-functioning lifts are also huge trouble for the domestic help and garage collectors working in the tower. Moreover, the problem is also hampering home delivery services. They further shared such a condition could have serious implications for the elderly and pregnant women.

Gaurav Patel, a resident of the society says, "For the last six months, the load of the tower is on only one lift. Now, even that is not working properly. Who would take responsibility in case of some emergency? Earlier the same situation was in tower 3. No one is here to resolve our problems.”

Vishal Anand, 32, a resident of the tower says, “We have raised our concern with the Authority. In the meeting with OSD, the builder had shared that he would share the completion dates of the pending works. However, in the next meeting, the builder's representative said they have do not have enough funding, due to which they are not able to start work in the society.”