Industries minister Satish Mahana is scheduled to meet homebuyers, builders and officials in Noida during his visit to the city on May 11. This will be his third visit to Noida since becoming the state’s industries minister.
“The industries minister will meet builders, homebuyers and officials so that the issues that have delayed realty projects can be identified and addressed,” said Shishir Singh, additional chief executive officer (ACEO), Noida authority.
He is also to check why files related to institutional plots, residential and group housing buildings are not being cleared, and inspect the progress of all infrastructure projects above Rs5 crore.
Mahana is scheduled to review projects such as the metro, underpasses, elevated road, horticulture, and those related to water and electricity from 10am to 11am.
“The minister will check the bond that the authority signs with the contractor before starting work on a project. He will see whether the progress is as per the signed document. He may take action against officials who are not doing their job properly, thereby delaying a project,” said a Noida authority official.
In the forenoon, Mahana is supposed to review maps and completion certificates of all pending group housing, industrial and institutional projects. Later, he will review all plot allotment schemes to be launched in 2017-18.
When homebuyers met chief minister Yogi Adityanath on in Lucknow April 26, Mahana had promised them to visit Noida to look into their issues. He is scheduled to meet homebuyers at 12:30pm for redressal of grievances and later meet builders whose realty projects are stuck.
“The minister will review the action taken by officials to address homebuyers’ issues. At 4pm, he will discuss issues faced by industrialists. In the end, he will review law and order issues,” said an official.