Noida: Will the CM appointed high-power committee take action against Amrapali?
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Noida: Will the CM appointed high-power committee take action against Amrapali?

Home buyers have been assured that the builder would be hauled up within 24 hours. 

Noida: Will the CM appointed high-power committee take action against Amrapali? The high power committee

Protesting homebuyers of the Amrapali Group who had sought the intervention of a high-power committee of ministers formed by UP CM, Yogi Adityanath have been assured a speedy redressal on Wednesday.     

In the course of a meeting, this three member committee headed by Suresh Khanna, minister of urban development, state of UP, meticulously heard all the grievances of the buyers. In the words of a buyer, Jogindra Singh, “In a bid to ensure that most of our problems are resolved, the committee has assured us that it will initiate action against the builder within 24 hours. Hence we are returning with the expectation that they will stick to their words.” 

Incidentally, the committee is on a two day visit to the twin cities of Noida and Greater Noida with the singular objective of holding meetings with various officers and buyers to understand the real issues that have caused the massive possession delays.     

These meetings were also attended by buyers of other private housing projects and the ministers have noted all the demands that were placed before them. 

Speaking to City Spidey, K K Kaushal, another buyer reiterated the fact that the indefinite hunger strike against Amrapali has crossed twenty days now. All buyers of Amrapali’s residential projects are protesting under a common banner.

Kaushal informs, “We have given our demands to the committee and they have assured us that they will extend all support to ensure that every buyer receives the possession of his/her flat.” Turning a shade apprehensive, he adds, “Despite this assurance we shall continue our strike till the time that we are convinced that our homes will be delivered within a stipulated time frame.”

Noida Extension Flats Owners Main Association (NEFOMA), a group of home-buyers representing various housing projects has also submitted a memorandum of demands to the committee.

Annu Khan, president of the association said, “We have suggested a meeting of authorities, builders and bank representatives where the mandate should be to investigate why and how all the money of the defaulting builders has disappeared. This should be a first step in redressal as most of the builders have been claiming that they do not have sufficient funds to complete the pending projects.”