It was on 13th January 2014, when Noida Extension Flat Owners Welfare Association (NEFOWA) wrote a letter to the supremo of Aam Aadmi Party, Arvind Kejriwal, where the association informed him about the common problems of lakhs of flat buyers of Noida Extension (now Greater Noida West). Till date, NEFOWA has not received any response from Kejriwal.
The letter primarily asked four questions in connection to the afore mentioned problems as the NEFOWA wanted to know about his views on the falt buyer's problems. But, the party, which took shape to address such problems, only left NEFOWA disappointed with their silence.
The management of NEFOWA feels Kejriwal has either no time to reply or he may have not have any reply to those questions. “We believed that Mr Kejriwal represents the common people as he is the leader of Aam Aadmi Party who shall listen to the problems of flat buyers who are common people of the society and most of the buyers belong to a middle class family,” said Abhishek Kumar, president NEFOWA.
He also added, “Whenever we have written any letter to any political party leader on either 'Real Estate Regulatory Bill' or on 'U.P. Apartment Act', they kept silent and did not reply to our letters. It seems that the political parties have neither the will to raise voice in the parliament for passing the 'Real Estate Regulatory Bill' nor any plan to implement the 'UP Apartment Act' in the area.”