Several of those who have booked their dream homes in Greater Faridabad protested on Sunday against the alleged loot by the builders and state government in the name of various charges, without any infrastructure development in the area.
The protesters, who had come from different parts of Delhi and NCR, including Gurgaon, Noida and Faridabad, carried out a protest demonstration in the city themed as "Pocketmaar" —raising slogans against the state-government and builders.
"We have filed over one thousand complaints to different state government agencies about poor infrastructure in Greater Faridabad and continuous loot by builders in the name of different charges," spokesman of Greater Faridabad Welfare Association Ajay Yadav said, adding that no response has been received from the state government.
The protest rally briefly touched National Highway number two at Ajrondha chowk where the agitating investors burnt effigy of the state government and builders.
"The state government had assured to create basic infrastructure in Greater Faridabad by 2010 but nothing has been done yet," said a protestor.