Greater Noida: On April 10th, the women of Shivalik Homes Society in Surajpur Site C Group Housing, Greater Noida, demonstrated their collective power by protesting at the maintenance office. Young children also joined them in the protest.
The women demanded that the builder's representative and maintenance officer repair the non-functional elevator immediately, maintain all elevators properly, and install CCTV cameras in the elevators. They also demanded a complete ban on unauthorized outsiders entering society.
Residents of Shivalik Homes Society have been facing difficulties due to the non-functional elevator, which still needs to be rectified despite repeated complaints to the maintenance team. The elevator's malfunction has made it challenging for children to go to school, and the elderly and sick residents face problems.
The women of Shivalik Homes Society urged the district office, CEO, UPCIDA, and local administration to address the internal problems of their society. After a timely inspection and test drilling, and after learning about the society's security system's tightening, they requested that the contractor resolves these issues promptly.
YogitaShinde, Payal, Kirti, Yogita, Anjali, Komal, Surekha, Sarita, Mita Pandey, Mansi, Kiran, Avantika, Ramila, and Kusum represented the women of Shivalik Homes in the protest.