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WATCH: Frustrated cancer patient demands money back from builder

Anup Roy is a 68-year-old homebuyer who bought a flat in Unitech Unihomes 3 in Sector 113, Noida (Video inside).

WATCH: Frustrated cancer patient demands money back from builder

Things heated up at today's triparty meeting involving homebuyers of Unitech Unihomes 3 (Sector 113), Noida Authority officials and the developer. Anup Roy, a 68-year-old homebuyer suffering from cancer came up to the dais and expressed his frustration with both Unitech and Noida Authority. 

Both the Authority officials and the builder's representatives were left speechless after his emphatic rant. Watch the video here:



However, this was one of two meetings held today at the Indira Gandhi Kala Kendra in Sector 6. Both were chaired by Shishir Singh, ACEO of Noida Authority.

Meeting about Unitech Unihomes 3 (Sector 113)

Buyers complained that they had booked flats in 2011-2012 and the developer had promised to give them possession by 2014, but only 40 per cent of the work had been completed.

NK Sarin, a homebuyer, told City Spidey that in October 2016, Noida Authority had stopped construction work, as the building's plans had not been not sanctioned by them. "The developer owes the Authority Rs 704 crore," he added.  

Some homebuyers demanded an exact date of possession, whereas others seemed to have had enough and wanted their money back.

Ramesh Chandra, chairman of Unitech Group, said they had applied for the Project Settlement Policy (PSP). “If our application is approved by the Authority, we will have no dues left and can start work on the project," added Chandra.

Meeting about Unitech Golf and Country Club (sectors 96, 97 and 98)

Buyers said they had booked flats in 2010 and that the builder was supposed to deliver them by December 2014, but even after six years, they were yet to get possession.  

Buyers said the lease of the land was cancelled by Noida Authority in 2016. They added that they had given up to 90 per cent of the flat's cost to the developer.  

Rohan Singh, a buyer, said, “I came here to know when I will get possession of my flat.” 

Chandra said he had applied for PSP for this project as well. "The flats in phases 1, 2 and 3 will be ready by June 26, May 2017, and 2019 respectively," he added. 

Shishir Singh, ACEO of Noida Authority, said he had given a week's time to the developer to submit a tower-wise progress report to the Authority. “The Authority will also carry out a financial audit of the project," he added.