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Police, Noida officials on alert before UP industries minister’s meeting with ‘miffed’ homebuyers

Sources said that the challenge for the police would be to ensure peace during the meeting, with homebuyers miffed with both government officials and builders who had failed to deliver their flats on time. The authority has asked superintendent of police (Noida) Dinesh Yadav for taking required steps to ensure that there are no untoward incidents during the meeting with the minister in Sector 6 administrative building.

noida Updated: May 11, 2017 10:12 IST
Vinod Rajput
The industry minister Satish Mahana is scheduled to meet a delegation of 20 homebuyers from Greater Noida west on Thursday.
The industry minister Satish Mahana is scheduled to meet a delegation of 20 homebuyers from Greater Noida west on Thursday. (Sunil Ghosh/ HT file photo)

The Noida authority and police are making adequate arrangements to ensure a peaceful meeting between homebuyers and Uttar Pradesh industries minister Satish Mahana. The meeting is scheduled to be held on Thursday.

Sources said that the challenge for the police would be to ensure peace during the meeting, with homebuyers miffed with both government officials and builders who had failed to deliver their flats on time. The authority has asked superintendent of police (Noida) Dinesh Yadav for taking required steps to ensure that there are no untoward incidents during the meeting with the minister in Sector 6 administrative building.

“I have issued necessary instructions to my staff to ensure that the meeting takes place peacefully on Thursday,” said Dinesh Yadav, SP city for Noida.

Mahana is scheduled to meet a delegation of 20 homebuyers from Greater Noida west on Thursday. The homebuyer’s delegation are also scheduled to meet the industries minister to file complaints about their respective builders, who have failed to deliver flats even after delays.

“We have made arrangements so that homebuyers can meet the minister in the board room of the building. We will allow only the delegation of homebuyers to enter so that issues can be discussed properly,” said Amit Mohan Prasad ,chief executive officer of the Noida authority.

Homebuyers are also likely to bring Mahana up to speed about how builders were not willing to restart work on realty projects that are stuck, despite instructions to do so being issued by UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath.

“After our meeting with Adityanath in Lucknow, officials had assured that builders will change their attitude. But we have realized that some of the builders are not in a mood to deliver their realty projects still. Also, around 10 builders in Greater Noida have gone underground and the buyers are unable to get a refund. We will take up all these issues with the industry minister,” said Abhishek Kumar, president of Noida Extension flat owners welfare association.