As was reported by the timesofindia, the RWA's have objected to shutting of kiosks selling groceries, laundries and others providing the basic amenities to the residents of the colonies in DLF area. Pointing out to the actual commercialisation of the area by many people by building guest houses, they have objected strongly against the above mentioned removal of stores built for their convenience.
Sudhir Kapoor, general secretary of DLF City RWA, said, "DLF Phase I-IV is a declared residential zone. Yet, more than 700 commercial establishments such as guest houses, coaching centers etc, are operated in this area. The focus is being deliberately shifted towards local vendors who meet the daily needs of residents."
A meeting is to be held in the same context with the DC and all RWA heads of the area. A team of the ATP (Assistant Town Planner) will also re-look at the area. Hosiar Singh, ATP also gave his quote on the issue and said, ''I along with ATP Enforcement and a team of JE (Junior Engineers) will conduct a re-survey. RWA presidents will also be involved in the process. The RWA presidents are directed to submit their objections in writing after checking the present survey report to the ATP and after taking a fixed time and date.''