The builder was reluctant to let go the maintenance responsibility.
On the orders of HRERA, the Residents Welfare Association (RWA) has taken over the maintenance amid tensions at Tatvam Villa society located at Gurugram-Sohna road.
The residents were tensed as security guards and bouncers of the builder were still standing outside the society. The builder was reluctant to let go the maintenance responsibility.
RWA has also filed complaint against these activities at the Badshahpur police station.
The joint secretary of RWA, Samir Sinha said that the builder was taking high maintenance charge which was Rs 4 per sqft. “The RWA had been demanding audit of maintenance charges for a long time but builder was not doing it,” he added.
The RWA had then filed a complaint at HRERA last year. On May 2, HRERA had ordered that the RWA can take over the maintenance of the society.
On May 9, the RWA had deployed their security guards at the colony as the builder was not complying with the order.