Heavy Showers, So What? Registry Stir In 30th Week, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate

July 11, 2023
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NOIDA: Despite heavy rain on Sunday, homebuyers from Greater Noida West continued with their protest pending registries at Ek Murti Chowk. This marked the 30th week of the protest. Residents also plan to meet the new Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) CEO over pending civic and infrastructure problems.

Registries of over 60,000 homebuyers across over 20 societies in the area have been pending for 13 years. The homebuyers from several societies including Supertech Eco Village, Sanskriti, Ajnara Homes, Casa Greens 1 among others, believe that there is a policy lag with the increasing population in the area. The major issues that the residents will take up with the CEO include the lack of public transport, a stadium, a cremation ground, Ram Leela ground and public parks.

It is a unanimous decision that unless the registration of their houses begins Sunday protests will be the norm. “This protest will continue till our demands are met as it’s a do-or-die situation for us,” said Abhishek Kumar president of the New Era Flat Owners Welfare Association (NEFOWA). He also demands an underpass at Kisan Chowk, Ek Murti Chowk and Hanuman Mandir Chowk to ease traffic congestion.

The state government has given their assurance in the matter, but Kumar has yet again appealed to them to restart and expedite the registry process which has been stopped for a while now, nor have the buyers gotten their homes.

  • Published On Jul 11, 2023 at 08:32 AM IST

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