Noida: The imminent demolition of Supertech Twin tower has instilled a feeling of fear, uncertainty and worry among many residents. But this infamous demolition has also brought out the humane face of Noida residential community in full measure. The residents of nearby societies ATS Village and Emerald Court, which are within a radius of 100 meters from the Supertech Twin towers, have been instructed to vacate their houses by 7:30 am on the demolition day. Food, makeshift beds, bhajans and more awaits the residents when they temporarily vacate their homes on D Day.
The demolition of Supertech Twin towers, Apex and Ceyane is set to take place on August 28, 2022. Amidst this, residential societies Parsavnath Prestige and Purvachal Silvercity have set an example of true brotherhood and humanity. The RWAs of both the societies have planned the accommodation of residents from Emerald court and ATS Village on the demolition day.
The RWA of Parsvnath Prestige has arranged accommodation for more than 200 residents. Arrangements have been made in the clubhouse with beds, chairs, and medical rooms. Food and television have also been arranged.
Rajnish Nandan, the RWA President of the society says, "We are just doing what needs to be done. We have arranged accommodation for around 200 people. Even if more people come, we are prepared to welcome them."
He further mentions that an ambulance will also be deployed for the residents. Emerald Court residents who are bedridden have been accommodated at the hospital. Moreover, 30 to 40 beds have been reserved as a safety measure in Felix hospitals.
Arvind Rathi, the facility manager of the society says, "We have made all arrangements and will ensure that our guests face no problem. Bhajan kirtan will also be done to keep them entertained."
Uma Shankar Sharma, the RWA President of Purvanchal Silver City says, "We have arranged everything in the same way as Parsavnath such as food, beds, chairs, and medical attention. During our general body meeting, the requirement of accommodation came as a necessity. People can take shelter here from the morning of August 28 until they want to leave."