FedAOA elects new office bearers

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FedAOA elects new office bearers

President of the federation of apartment owners’ association Alok Kumar says on priority was implementation of court orders on cleanliness and environment protection.

FedAOA elects new office bearers

Federation of Apartment Owners' Association (FedAOA), the apex body of AOAs in Ghaziabad, on Sunday elected its new office bearers for its board without the need for ballots as 10 candidates were left in the fray for 10 vacancies after two candidates withdrew from the contest.

Representatives of two societies had filed nominations, but members from two societies withdrew nominations leaving 10 nominees for 10 posts, which negated the need for voting.

Soon after formation of the new office bearers, the board held its first general meeting and appointed members to different posts of the federation. Alok Kumar from Arihant Harmony was chosen as the president, Sandeep Sharma from Civitech Florencia and PN Vijay from Designargh Homes were elected as vice-presidents, Ravindra Saini from Sunrise Greens became the general secretary, Amrendra Singh from Prateek Royal Cliff was chosen as joint secretary and AK Garg from GC Grand was elected as the treasurer. Rest of the four members, Malay Majumdar from Gaur Green City, Bhuwan Chander Tiwari from Gaur Global Village, DK Maurya from Niho Scottish Gardens and Sanjiv Sahu from Vartalok Apartements, were elected as executive members of the federation.

Hundreds of apartment owners from all over Ghaziabad had attended the meeting to witness the election. Other than the residents, Sunil Sharma, MLA Sahibabad; Subhash Singh, Deputy Registrar (Meerut zone) and RK Mishra, police circle officer also attended the meeting.

Alok Kumar, the president of the federation told City Spidey that implementation of court orders like removal of hoardings, posters and bills from the city and repairing and installation of sewer lines in Indirapuram will be top priority for the federation.

The FedAOA was also going to file a case at the National Green Tribunal on the condition of city’s drains, Kumar said.

On being asked how high-rises would benefit from the new body, Kumar said that the federation would work for proper implementation of RERA in the state and concentrate on working towards settling all disputes within the societies.