The residents alleged that the developer of the society owes around Rs 350 crore to Noida Authority against the allotment of land, because of which they cannot execute registry of their flats.
Distressed by the lack of progress in completing registry of their flats, the residents of Gardenia Glory, a high-rise residential society in Noida’s Sector 49, performed a puja on Sunday to seek blessings from the almighty to help expedite the process.
The residents prayed that the long-pending registration of their flats with registrar, department of land revenue, government of Uttar Pradesh is completed soon.
The residents alleged that the developer of the society owes around Rs 350 crore to Noida Authority against the allotment of land for the development of group housing project in the city.
Since the dues haven’t been cleared yet, the process of registration of flats has been stopped. The authority doesn't give completion certificate to a particular project until dues against land allotment are cleared.
Speaking to City Spidey, the residents said that they hope and pray that the builder clears the dues soon so that they can rightfully become owners of their flats.
Deepak Garg, a resident of the society, said that the residents have been facing a lot of harassment from the builder. “Rather than clearing their dues, the developer has been giving us trouble by sending hefty bills for power and water consumption. If we ask about registry, our power supply is interrupted,” he said.
Nirmala Sharma, another resident of the society, said that the homebuyers who had booked flats in 2009 were promised possession in 2012.
As of now, around 1,000 residents are living in the society without executing the registry.