Greater Noida West: On the night of April 18, 2022, a bunch of wires in Mayfair Residency caught fire. The incident took place on the 10th floor of Tower B. As per the information gathered, the incident happened due to high voltage in the wires, which caused damage to three electricity meters. According to residents, the fire NOC of the builder has been canceled.
Residents of the society shared the tweet, “आज दिनांक 18 अप्रैल की रात 11:30-12 बजे एक निवासी ने देखा आग लगी हुई हैहय देख निवासियों ने आग पर पानी डाला fire noc cancelled है.”
आज दिनांक 18 अप्रैल की रात 11:30-12 बजे एक निवासी ने देखा आग लगी हुई हैहय देख निवासियों ने आग पर पानी डाला fire noc cancelled है @cfonoida @2_noida @ADCP_C_Noida @DCPCentralNoida @alok24 @noidapolice @dgpup pic.twitter.com/0Jhki0J6h4— Mayfair Residency - Resident's Association (@AoA_mayfair) April 18, 2022
Residents shared that the society does not have proper fire infrastructure. The hose pipes and sprinklers are not in working condition. Moreover, the builder does not have NOC. Society has a temporary electrical connection, and the residents are demanding an electricity grid for the society. As per residents, they have been raising these issues since last year. They also shared that recently, on April 10, 2022, they filed a complaint at the police station about a low kilovolt (KV) supply.
The society has 12 residential towers, out of which, eight are under construction. About 100 families live in the four towers of society.
Prateet Baijal, a resident of the society says, “At around 11.30 in the night, a fire broke out in the wires near the tenth floor. We have been regularly raising the issue of the requirement of an electricity grid in society, which should be installed as soon as possible. We also filed a complaint last week. However, police are not filing the FIR against the builder.”
Pawan Pandey, another resident says, “The low voltage supply is a major issue in the society. Yesterday night as well, we went to the police station and requested to file FIR against the builder. However, no action is taken so far.”