Noida: The Supertech twin towers were dusted to the grounds on Sunday at exactly 2:30 PM after a battle of 9 years. The buildings were nearly 100 meters high, even taller than Delhi's Qutub Minar. After the demolition of the towers, the nearby buildings appeared safe, yet the residents of those buildings were asked not to enter their society before 8 pm.
Atul Chaturvedi, the AoA President of ATS Village, says, "It was instructed to all the society members not to enter the society before 8 p.m. All members started getting back to their homes after 8 pm. No damage happened to the buildings, only our boundary wall got damaged."
Rajnish Nandan, AoA president of Parsavnath Prestige, a society where the residents of ATS Village and Emerald Court took temporary refuge during thr demolition, says, "The process of demolition has been completed successfully, the residents on Sunday started coming to our society by 6 am and, after getting clearance from the Taskforce and Noida Authority, people moved back to their homes safely."
Mayur Mehta, Project Manager of Edifice Engineering, says, "No mishap has been reported. However, some glasses and windows of ATS Village have been broken. We have already informed the President of ATS Village about the damage."