Residents of Emaar Greens, a residential society in Sector 102 of Gurugram city, staged a protest against the developer at DC Camp Office on Sunday.
Holding banners, placards and raising slogans, the protesters alleged that the developer has used poor construction material. They further alleged that he has failed to provide basic facilities, security and maintenance to them.
They alleged that the developer is levying high maintenance charges as compare to any other posh societies in the area. One of the residents also questioned his intensions behind it. Sandeep Phogaat, a resident of the society said, "We have already paid our CAM charge in advance for the 2 years. The builder is also not giving the input tax credit which, as per the rules, is passed on to the residents."
Phogaat further highlighted the flaws of the complex saying, "The clubhouse has been occupied by the builder. On the other hand, the swimming pool is still not operational. The number of security guards is few and the maintenance agency is not maintaining the society appropriately. Apart from all this, the complex also lacks fencing on the boundary due to which several cases of robbery have occurred."
Meanwhile, another resident alleged that the project was launched in the year 2012 and the developer had promised possession by 2015, along with some of the best facilities available. However, the possession was given in November 2018.
Chandrakant Jedhe, a resident of the society said, "As per the agreement, the builder is liable to pay us compensation for the delay in possession, but the builder is now avoiding the matter. Many people have already filed complaints against him, some have even approached the court in this regard. We have asked the concerned authority to conduct safety and financial audit of the society and to take strict action against them."
Mentioning all the issues being faced by the residents, the protesters have given a letter to the Deputy Commissioner, HRERA Chairman, DTCP, and DG TCP, seeking their intervention in the matter.