Ghaziabad: Residents of Gh7, a residential society in Crossings Republik, are unhappy with the lack of basic amenities in their society. They say that the society is in desperate need of attention and the builders isn't paying heed to their requests.
The residents allege that it has been two years since the front area of the society was whitewashed. For this issue, residents have been approaching the builder, yet there has been no positive response from builder's side.
Sumit Srivastava, a resident says, "We discussed these issues at the RWA meetings and sent letters to the builder requesting to do the needful. However, nothing has been done in this regard."
According to Ram Singh, RWA president of the society, he tried contacting the builder but is unable to reach him. "Even I feel bad when I am unable to help the residents. The builder is not ready to listen to us," says he.
CitySpidey tried contacting the builder but were unable to contact him. We'll update the story as we get in touch with him.