Supertech Capetown residents said that consent clause in multi point connection should be abolished.
Residents of Gaur Sports Wood, a high rise in Sector 79, and Supertech Capetown, a residential society in Sector 74, met local MLA Pankaj Singh on Sunday with their complaints against the administration.
The Residents of Gaur Sports Wood said the developer was not allowing them to register their flats with the revenue department. Though many of them have deposited the amount for procuring stamp papers with the developer several months ago, the registration of their flats was still pending.
Suresh Bajpai, a resident of Gaur Sports Wood, said of the around 850 flats the society houses, more than 500 are occupied. The residents have already moved in their flats. But none of them could be able to get their flats registered so far.
"The authority,” he said, “placed construction and demolition waste at a vacant plot outside the society, where sports facilities are to be developed. It is planning to develop construction and demolition waste plant on the vacant plot to which we have been opposing for the past few months."
Residents of Supertech Capetown complained that consent clause in multi point connection should be abolished. They said that the residents should be allowed to have direct power supply connection from the distribution corporation.
Shailendra Baranwal, a resident of the society, said that residents have raised issues that they have been facing in the society. He complained that the developer recently disconnected the power supply of a milk booth in the society.
The residents requested the MLA to look into the matter and solve their issues.
Pankaj Singh, who was accompanied by officials from Noida Industrial Development Authority, assured the residents that action would be taken for solving their issues.