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Greater Noida homebuyers demand action against Amrapali Group

A group of nearly 30 homebuyers on Tuesday gathered outside the authority office in Knowledge Park-4. Later, they decided to meet the CEO to register their protest against Amrapali. The homebuyers were angry as the Amrapali Group has not submitted the tower-wise delivery schedule, as promised during a meeting on May 31, 2017.

noida Updated: Jun 14, 2017 00:10 IST
Vinod Rajput
Buyers protest outside the authority office.
Buyers protest outside the authority office.

Amrapali Dream Valley project homebuyers on Tuesday met the Greater Noida authority chief executive officer (CEO) Debashish Panda and demanded action against the builder for failing to make good the promises it made in the May 31 meeting.

A group of nearly 30 homebuyers on Tuesday gathered outside the authority office in Knowledge Park-4. Later, they decided to meet the CEO to register their protest against Amrapali. The homebuyers were angry as the Amrapali Group has not submitted the tower-wise delivery schedule, as promised during a meeting on May 31, 2017.

The Amrapali Group had in 2009 launched Amrapali Dream Valley project with a total of 47 towers in Sector Tech Zone-4 . It was to construct around 12,000 dwelling units.

Around 8,000 flats of the 12,000 have already been sold but the builder has completed only 40% of the construction work, thereby troubling buyers.

“The meetings organised by the authority seem to be futile because the Amrapali Group is not bothered to resume construction at the site or submit a delivery schedule. If the builder continues to behave in the same laidback manner, we will have to sit on an indefinite protest outside the authority office,” said Satish Kumar, a homebuyer.

Homebuyers said they have already paid almost 80% of the total flat cost, but the builder is yet to finish even 60% construction on site.

“The authority officials did not properly monitor the project. The officials should be serious about implementing chief minister Yogi Adityanath’s instructions on resolving buyers’ issues,” said Hitesh Nakashi, a buyer.

Amrapali Group spokesperson said, “We will soon submit the tower-wise delivery schedule to the Greater Noida authority. We could not submit it by June 7 as we were busy making the schedule.”

Homebuyers demanded that the builder should submit details of funds collected from buyers, put in a road map for delivery and also notify the date when construction would resume on site.

“We will address the issues of homebuyers. Our efforts are to resolve buyers’ issues. Buyers should have patience,” Panda said.