The recent case of two children falling from the shaft in Supertech Ecovillage 2 has shaken the whole of Greater Noida. As reported earlier, residents from many GreNo West societies have been protesting against their respective builders over various issues for a long time. However, this case has shaken not only residents but also the Authorities. Following the incident, Surendra Singh, the CEO of Greater Noida Authority warned the builders that playing with the safety of residents will not be tolerated at any cost.
Residents from all over Greater Noida West are concerned about structural deformities and maintenance issues posing a threat to their children's safety in society. As gathered, parents are now reluctant in allowing their children to go out and play.
CitySpidey is doing a series where we will highlight the safety concerns of different societies.
Radha Sky garden
The residents of Radha Sky Garden are long raising the issue of plaster crumbling off from walls. Residents share that while they are in the basement, they fear that any construction rod or brick may fall on their head causing serious injury. Moreover, they allege that the broken roof outside the entry/exit point in the towers is very dangerous for people accessing the parking zone. Further, residents informed Cityspidey that the gates of the terrace are either open all the time or else broken. A resident on the condition of anonymity says, "When we go on terrace, we find lots of wine and whiskey bottles lying on the terraces of every tower. They are never removed from there, which proves that nobody does cleaning there. Apart from this, there is construction debris lying everywhere around the society."
We contacted Maintenance Manager Manoj Sarawast, he says, “If there are any issues, we will inspect and resolve them. We do not want any safety hazards in our society. We have already the tower roof issue which will be resolved soon."
Ajnara Le Garden
The residents of Ajnara Le garden are protesting for the past two months. They demand better facilities and resolution of structural deformities. As per residents, they have been suffering since they took the flat. Many residents who want to remain anonymous highlight that there are open shafts in this society too. Windows near staircases in the lobbies are left open without grills or window panes. Moreover, the green area has uneven carpeting where children can get hurt while playing.
We tried to contact Dilip Rajhans, Maintenance Manager of Ajnara Le garden number but he did not respond.