Residents of Grand Ajanara Heritage, a high rise residential society in Sector 74, Noida recently decided to withdraw the writ petition filed in Allahabad High Court against the developer over alleged violation of rules.
One of the petitioners, Yogesh Kumar said, "The decision was made during a joint meeting of all the petitioners, as the developer had agreed to fulfill the demands of the residents."
As per a letter addressed to the petitioners, the developer had agreed to create additional club space in the Klock tower, solve all the seepage issues within 90 days and fix the maximum cost of power supply from backup resources at Rs 100.
Along with that, the developer has also promised to replace all dysfunctional CCTV cameras and hire a new security agency within a period of a month. It further stated that the security guards will not be changed more often.
Besides these and other issues, the developer also agreed to augment the capacity of sewage water treatment plant with an aim to meet the additional demand for sewage treatment, which are supposed to be generated from Klock tower after residents move in it.
Yogesh said, "As the developer agreed to full fill these demands, we have decided to compromise. The writ petition would be withdrawn following the legality."
Earlier, residents had moved to Allahabad High Court with the mentioned issues. The court ordered the developer and competent authority to file counter-affidavits against the allegations made against them. Another hearing was due on August 8 over the matter.TAGS: Allahabad High Court / Grand Ajanara Heritage / residential society / writ petition