The society is facing several serious issues after taking over the project from the builder.
Residents of Jaipuria Sunrise Greens, a society in Indirapuram, on May 2 met the vice-chairman of Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA), Kanchan Verma, about issues pending with the builder. Apart from the residents, AOA members and the vice-chairman, GDA's senior administrative officers were also present at the meeting.
Speaking to City Spidey, Ravindra Saini, president of the AOA, said the meeting was held to discuss the society's problems. The society was facing several issues after taking over the project from the builder, such as the pending handover of the details of the society’s electricity meters.
“The builder is yet to pay the residents about Rs 50 lakh," said Saini. "The builder is yet to hand over the Interest-Free Maintenance Service, or IFMS, funds of the society. The GDA vice-chairman has assured us of action after looking into the matter.”
Speaking to City Spidey, Dayanand Prasad, OSD of GDA, said the AOA had forcefully taken over the society from the builder without proper documentation. “The matter is sub-judice and an order in this regard is awaited from the Allahabad High Court. Earlier, the court had directed GDA to hear out both the builder and the residents, but not take any decision. Proper action will be initiated only after the court’s order,” Prasad added.
When asked about the reason of the conflict, Prasad explained that the agreement between the electricity service provider and the builder was now defunct due to the unofficial takeover of the society, which may have led to the disconnection of services in some of the flats.
However, Prasad further said that a second meeting had been arranged between the residents and the builder, which would be conducted in the presence of the GDA vice-chairman. “The meeting has been scheduled at 4 pm on May 3,” he added.