More than three years have passed but residents of four high-rises in Noida's Sector 75 namely Royal Avenue Nehra Infra Homes, Dream Home 4, Maxblis Grand Wellington and Panchsheel Prathishta are terribly annoyed for a reason and that is the main road which is not properly constructed, and as a result, has turned swampy! Besides, people in the entire sector suffers due to dust and ongoing construction work.
The road, connecting these societies, links the commuters and the public in general with Sector 74.
People living in these societies have been running from pillar to post to get this issue sorted, be it reaching out to the Member of the Parliament (MP), Mahesh Sharma, Noida Authority or the builders but all in vain!
“The Noida Authority has clarified that this particular road does not come under its jurisdiction and has asked the builders of these societies to construct it. It has been over 3 years and nothing has been done yet. It gets difficult for kids and parents as school buses ply on this road. Besides, the condition becomes more pathetic during the rainy season. Even ladies avoid going out and prefer to stay at home,” said Sanjay Pandit, a resident of the Maxblis White House.
Vasu, a daily commuter, elaborated how this road is majorly connected to the nearby metro station.
“As metro has become functional, we badly need this road because this will connect us to the Sector 50 metro station."
Residents are now regretting their decision of buying a property in the area and are worried about the future of their children as they are constantly breathing harmful and dusty air. Moreover, the area lacks basic facilities like parks, street lights and police posts, stations.
"There is no management body like RWA or AOA here. The builder is managing things with a third-party consultant. But what makes them delay this work when the authority itself has cleared the air regarding construction of this road," asked Pandit.
When City Spidey tried to contact the builders concerned to know their views on this matter, they were unavailable to comment.
It is important to note that over 5000 residents live across these societies in this sector.