Greater Noida West: Home buyers' protests in Greater Noida West have entered their 22nd week as they continue to demand answers from the government about unfulfilled promises. Public representatives are yet to address these issues, leaving the home buyers feeling angry and frustrated. On April 30th, residents from numerous societies, including Supertech Eco Village 1,2,3, Ajnara Homes, Casa Greens One, Aarcity Regency Park, Apex Golf Avenue, Elegant Ville, Shri Radha Sky Garden, Devika Gold Homes, Raksha Adela, La Residentia, Supertech Cape Town, and Mascot Manorath, held protests against their builders.
Abhishek Kumar, the Nefowa president, stated that they will continue to demand answers from the government and authority. Mihir Gautam, who played an essential role in the protest, said that peaceful demonstrations have started in all societies, and they will continue to demand answers peacefully.
In Ajnara Homes, Chandan Sinha, Dinkar, Subodh Singh, Bhupendra Singh, and over 200 other home buyers protested and demanded a registry. At Casa Greens One Society, hundreds of home buyers, including Mahesh Yadav, Karunakar Biswal, Nidhi, Anupama, and AK Srivastava, raised questions about non-registry.
At Eco Village 1, a large number of home buyers, including Ranjana, Vijay, Sameer, and Abhishek, are participating in the ongoing sit-in protest, and many home buyers in Eco Village 2, including Rajkumar, Neeraj, Mayank, Nandini, CV Singh, Manoj, and Santosh, marched inside the society and raised their voices.
Similarly, many home buyers, including Mrityunjay, supported the campaign in Eco Village 3, and a large number of home buyers, including Purushottam, Shashi Bhushan, Ashutosh, Subhash, and Sanjay, protested at Aarcity Regency Park.
Other societies also had their share of protests as many home buyers, including Sachin Gupta, NS Rawat, IP Singh, Ajit Singh, and Rahul, demonstrated their problems in Elegant Villa, and others protested in Apex Golf Avenue, Radha Aqua Garden, and more.
Despite being ignored, the home buyers' courage remains intact, and they vow to continue their agitation until their demands are met.