Thousands of flat buyers have been seen protesting against different builders in Noida and Greater Noida area of the National Capital Region, for long now, against delayed occupancy of their ‘dream homes’.
Noida Authority data shows that there are a total of 127 under construction residential projects in the city. Of these, 86 projects have not got occupation certificates till April 18, 2016. Twenty-four residential projects are those in which 50,000-70,000 buyers are already suffering. Around another 80,000 buyers will face issues once they get ready for the registration.
According to reports, builders of these 127 projects together need to pay Rs 7,200 crore land dues to Noida Authority.
In the list of these 127 projects, certain projects belong to the Supertech Group, which has been facing flak of buyers for long, but still not turning an eye towards their issues.
While speaking with News World India exclusively, these buyers revealed that instead of addressing their queries and questions, Supertech authorities prefer to threaten and manhandle them. This goon style attitude of the builder has now forced these buyers to come together at one platform and declare an open war against the culprit in order to get possession of their ‘dream homes’. This platform has been named as ‘Supertech Forum’ .
The Supertech Forum is chaired by Socialist Professor Abhilash Tripathi and is bound to safeguard the interest of buyers, it will take their grievances to the government and the builder.
This online forum www.supertechvictimsforum.in says, ” The objective of Supertech Victims Forum is to highlight the anti-consumer, anti-competitive and capitalistic conduct of Supertech Limited, a real estate developer headquartered in NOIDA. Supertech Victims Forum aims to take individual and collective complaints of homebuyer consumers of Supertech Limited to get justice in accordance with the legal provisions.”
After speaking with the distressed buyers of Supertech, News World India also tried to approach the Chairman and Managing Director of this real estate group. However none of them came out to react on this issue.