Nefowa, the Noida Extension Flat Owners Welfare Association, recently presented several suggestions to senior government officials, led by committee chief Amitabh Kant, to solve the long-standing problem of incomplete projects and registry issues. The meeting was held at the Sushma Swaraj Center in New Delhi and was attended by various officials, including UP RERA Chairman Rajeev Kumar and Noida-Greater Noida Authority CEO Ritu Maheshwari.
During the meeting, Nefowa President Abhishek Kumar highlighted the dire situation faced by homebuyers who have been struggling for 13 years to get possession of their homes. He requested that no additional charges be imposed on the homebuyers and that they be given possession of their homes without any further delay.
Nefowa Vice President Dinkar Kumar and Mihir Gautam also presented their suggestions before the committee and explained the condition of the homebuyers. The committee chief, Amitabh Kant, assured them that he is aware of the problems faced by the homebuyers and is committed to finding a solution.
Other officials who were present at the meeting included UP Infrastructure Industrial Development Commissioner Manoj Kumar Singh, Finance Ministry Secretary Financial Services Dr Vivek Joshi, Uttar Pradesh Principal Secretary Housing Nitin Ramesh Gokarn, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India Chairman Ravi Mittal, and National Housing Bank Managing Director Sarada Kumar Hota.