Committee formed by UP CM to meet protesting Amrapali flat buyers
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Committee formed by UP CM to meet protesting Amrapali flat buyers

Yogi Adityanath will visit protesting flat buyers in Amrapali projects in Noida and Greater Noida and try to get the builder to hand over flats at the earliest.

Committee formed by UP CM to meet protesting Amrapali flat buyers

Local MP and Union Minister of Tourism and Culture, Dr Mahesh Sharma, assured protesting Amrapali flat buyers at Noida, Sector 62, that he would try and solve their problem. Many flat buyers are sitting on a protest outside the office premises of Amrapali builders for the past 15 days.

They are demanding from the builder a firm date of handing over of flats, for which they have already paid up.



On Friday, the local MLA Pankaj Singh also met the Amrapali flat buyers and assured them that he would do something to get their flats.

Dr. Mahesh Sharma told City Spidey that it was the responsibility of central government and state government to ensure that buyers get their flats. “On August 30, a committee formed by the UP CM Yogi Adityanath will meet the flat buyers and chair a meeting with the committee and flat buyers to work out a positive solution,” Sharma said.

Hitesh Nakhasi, one of flat buyers who is also protesting, said that they wanted the construction work started; construction was halted by the developer for past two years. “All buyers told Mahesh Sharma that 'we don’t want fake promises from anyone anymore'. Only when we see construction work and financial status of the developer will we be assured. How soon he will finish and when he will hand over flats, we must know. Only then will we end this protest,” he said.

“Otherwise, our protest will continue outside the Amrapali offices,” Nakhasi added.

Buyers of Amrapali flats in various projects in Noida and Greater Noida had gathered to protest. They all claimed that they had paid up 90 per cent of the cost of the flat to the builder. Some of the buyers said they had had to take money from their parents' PF for Amrapali projects. “Now we don’t know how to tell our parents that their money is lost,” one of the protesters said.