Even two weeks after the Noida Authority CEO had ordered an inquiry against the developer over alleged violation of society rules, nothing has been done so far.
It’s been nearly two weeks since the chief executive officer of Noida Authority, Alok Tandon, had ordered an inquiry against the developer of Supertech Capetown over alleged violation of rules in the society but nothing has been done so far, alleged the residents.
Tandon had constituted a committee to carry out an inspection of Supertech Capetown, a high-rise residential apartment in Noida’s Sector 74, on April 26. The move had come after the society AOA had complained that the developer was allegedly selling common area space of the society for car parking lots to individual buyers.
Meanwhile, the inspection of alleged illegal car parking lot has been delayed by nearly two weeks now. Tandon had also instructed officials that a detailed report should be submitted within a week.
Around six residents of the society again met with Indra Kumar, ACEO of the authority, on Thursday to request him to schedule the inspection at the earliest.
The residents informed City Spidey that Kumar has assured them that a team will visit the society on May 13.