Women homebuyers seek CM's intervention
Women homebuyers seek CM's intervention
Ramesh Kumar
Women homebuyers seek CM's intervention Women power to the fore: Members of the delegation after meeting with the Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav
Photo: Ramesh Kumar

Women homebuyers seek CM's intervention

An all-women delegation of Noida homebuyers on Friday met UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to seek his intervention on the issue of delayed delivery of flats. Some of the flats were delayed by more than three years.

The group of homebuyers, from Sector 107, complained against the builders of societies such as Amrapali Heart Beat City, Lotus 300 and Eldeco Great Value Sharnam for failing to meet the delivery deadline. They also alleged that Noida Authority was hand in glove with the builders.

The group was led by Sunita Durrani, Deepsikha Khanna and Sucheta Sohal, who had booked flats in Amrapali Heart Beat City.

"We explained to the CM how the issue of Sector 107 is different from that of other sectors," said Durrani. "Construction in the sector has been stopped, as the issue of land allocation to builders is pending in court. Noida Authority officials are deliberately skipping court hearings," she added.

One of the delegates, Heena Jain, told City Spidey that they have demanded stern action against both the erring officials and the builders. She said the Authority officials were not even willing to listen to them.

 

 

The delegation was happy with the meeting. The CM assured them that he would see to it that the issue is resolved at the earliest.

The delegation has decided to wait till the next court hearing for the CM to act. If there is no progress in the case by then, the group said it would take to social media and tag the PMO and the President of India.

The homebuyers of Amrapali Heart Beat City had earlier run a campaign against the builder, compelling brand ambassador MS Dhoni to snap all ties with the realty group.

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