The decision comes after a complaint was filed on the CM Window in 2018.
The district registrar of Societies and Firms on Wednesday deregistered four RWAs in Block N Mayfield Garden, Sector 51, to form a new RWA under the name of 'N Block RWA Mayfield Garden'.
The decision came after a complaint was filed on the CM Window in 2018 by the complainant, Sanjay Gupta. Thereafter the Registrar General directed the State Registrar to look into the matter. In July 2019, the state registrar gave an order to district registrar to deregistered or merge the current four RWAs as they did not meet the criteria as laid down under Section 6(X) of HRRS Act 2012. "The residents are suffering for a long period of time as there was no accountability with the existence of multiple RWAs working in some area doing nothing but creating immense chaos in the day-to-day affair," said Gupta.
While talking to CitySpidey, IS Yadav, District Registrar of Societies and Firms said, "There was no stay and objection on the order, hence I have approved the formation of new RWA. The nominated governing body will initiate the membership enrolment drive and thereafter conduct the fresh election within the timeframe."
The seven members governing body includes RS Rathore, President; Naveen Sharma, Vice President; Vikas Aggarwal, Treasurer; Suresh Puri, General Secretary; Anurag Tandon, Joint Secretary; Sanjay Gupta and Swati Goel are the executive member.
RS Rathore, President of N Block RWA Mayfield Garden said, "We have called upon the general body meeting on September 29 and within six months we will conduct the fresh RWA election. At present, there are more than 400 RWA members and soon we will initiate the membership enrolment drive to add new members."
Rathore further added that the residents were unhappy over the managing of affair in the society. "There were pending electricity and water bills even after the resident is paying their dues on time. There were so many disputed occurred on the maintenance of common areas and facilities. These four RWAs were passing their responsibility to each other but not doing anything for the welfare of the residents."