Greater Noida West: Homebuyers in Greater Noida West have entered their 25th week of protests, demonstrating their unwavering determination to seek answers from the government regarding the long-delayed registry of their homes.
Every Sunday, without faltering or showing signs of fatigue, the homebuyers gather to voice their concerns and demand a resolution to their predicament. Despite numerous meetings and assurances, the government has yet to address the pressing issue, leaving the homebuyers frustrated and determined to persist in their efforts.
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Mihir Gautam, a prominent figure in the movement, highlights the continuous influx of homebuyers from various societies. He expresses his bewilderment at the government's apparent lack of seriousness in addressing the concerns of the homebuyers.
Abhishek Kumar, President of the Noida Extension Flat Owners Welfare Association (NEFOWA), reaffirms the commitment of the movement to push for a solution. He declares that under no circumstances will they halt their efforts until a satisfactory resolution is reached.
Rajkumar, Chandan Sinha, Deepankar, Dinkar, Tarun, Manoranjan, Aayog, and Rohit, among others, emphasize that they will not back down. United in their determination, they vow to continue fighting until they achieve success.
Jyoti, Sanjay Shah, Ashutosh, Shashi Bhushan, Vibhuti, Sohail, Nilesh, Shashank, and Sachin, representing other homebuyers, assert their intention to raise awareness among fellow buyers. They aim to mobilize a more informed and empowered community, thereby pressuring the authorities to expedite the construction and registration of their homes.
The protest has garnered support from homebuyers residing in various societies, including Raksha Adela, Ajnara Homes, Casa Greens 1, Eco Village 1, 2 & 3, Aarcity Regency Park, Sanskriti, Aqua Garden, Apex Golf Avenue, Elegant Ville, Aishwaryam, and Devika Gold Homes.