Aggrieved with the flawed management of the maintenance of their township by Crossings Infrastructure Private Limited (CIPL), the residents of Crossings Republik have decided to hold a protest Sunday morning in front of Golf Course where the office of CIPL is situated.
CIPL is the facility management agency looking after the upkeep of Crossings Republik.
The residents have a range of grievances with CIPL pertaining to infrastructure, maintenance and security of the township.
"We have dilapidated road connecting our township to national highway (NH) 24. The maintenance of internal roads is not good either," claimed Tarun Chauhan, president of Crossings Republik Owners and Members Association (CROMA).
"The security of the premises is inapt as well. There's no checking of the entrants on the glass gate. The barricading of the points leading to Dundahera village during nights is not being done. Also, the CCTV cameras are inefficient and unsubstantial," Chauhan added.
The protest is being organised by CROMA which claimed the step is being taken after writing dozens of letters to CIPL. "All they provided us were hollow promises of job being done instead of actually doing it," Chauhan stated.
Chauhan said that following demonstration, the residents will give them an ultimatum of few weeks to meet their demands. Post the ultimatum, if things remain stagnant, we will stop paying township maintenance charge to CIPL.
The residents of Crossings Republik pay 30 paise from each flat as township maintenance charge (TMC) to CIPL for the upkeep of the township.
City Spidey tried to contact CIPL to know their views regarding this matter but the officials did not respond the calls and texts sent to them.