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Noida authorities hope to mend fences between buyers, builders

Noida authorities hope to mend fences between buyers, builders
To put to bed the ongoing issues between the builder and buyers, the Noida and Greater Noida authorities have started holding project-wise meetings with both the parties from Monday.

The authorities of the twin city have issued written notices to both the builders and investors for a detailed conversation.

Chief Executive Officer, Noida Authority, Deepak Agarwal, said, "We have decided to take up the issues of all struck projects, one by one. We will conduct meetings with all such builders within next few days. Notices have been issued and homebuyers can lodge a complaint at the authority office and our planning department will make a schedule to discuss their problems with the builder concerned."

The issues pertaining to Shubhkamna Buildtech project in Sector 137 will be discussed on April 13. Representatives of Unitech Limited in Sector 117 are scheduled to meet buyers and authority officials on April 18.

On Monday, the authorities called a meeting of Amrapali Group and homebuyers in Amrapali Zodiac project in Sector 120 at the administrative office of Noida authority in Sector 6.

Unsatisfied with the clarifications given by the representatives of Amrapali group, the infuriated home buyers created bedlam in the meeting.

Also, they started raising slogans to seek help from the newly-elected chief minister Yogi Adityanath. The buyers alleged that the builders have repeatedly failed to deliver possession of his project.

"We have no hopes from any such meetings. Last year too the authority had rolled out this initiative, but they did not have an effect in expediting projects.

Though the builder has promised to resolve our problems in next one or two months but if we consider all such false commitment which the builder has made in the past. We don't see any justice done to us this way.

The government should now find a better way resolve the issue as homebuyers who have paid hard-earned money for flats are still waiting to take possession and are being betrayed regularly", said Indirish Gupta, Founder, Noida Extension Flat Owner's Welfare Association (NEFOWA).
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