Noida Extension flat owners demand early implementation of UP Apartment Act, 2010
Noida Extension flat owners' welfare association, NEFOWA, at its Noida based office had an important meeting of its steering core members yesterday, in which the agenda was mainly the ?UP Apartment Act, 2010? and its implementation in UP including all the three areas namely Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway. The matter was discussed in detail. The representatives of flat buyers of Noida and Ghaziabad were also present along with NEFOWA members.
The UP Apartment Act was passed in the assembly in 2010 but none
of the authorities of the three areas are following the rule. Whereas
the High Court has given stringent guidelines to follow the same. The
non-implementation of the Act has given space to all the builders of
the area to chit and harass the flat buyers.
Nevertheless, NEFOWA had sent letters to Chief Minister (UP),
Urban development Minister (UP), CEO Greater
Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) and the
Governor of UP in this regard in past. In this context NEFOWA has
also appealed the Governor to give an appointment for a meeting.
In yesterday's meeting NEFOWA chairpersons have decided to
accelerate its activities. For this NEFOWA is again going to write a
letter to CEO, GNIDA saying that, if the act is not implemented in
the areas within 10 days, then the flat buyers associations of Noida,
Greater Noida , Ghaziabad and Yamuna Expressway will jointly come to
protest at the office of GNIDA in large number.
NEFOWA has also started an awareness program on UP Apartment Act
through social media. Thousands of flat buyers have shown their
acceptance on the online petition for the implementation of UP
The meeting was presided over by NEFOWA's president Abhishek
Kumar, General Secretary Shweta Bharti, Indrish Gupta, Mihir Gautam,
Ajay Kumar, Noida's RTI Activist Sankalp Srivastava, Noida Flat
Buyers Association Representative Amit Chauhan and President of RWA,
Ghaziabad Alok Kumar and all of them have given their views and ideas
in this matter.
It has been decided that if the act is not put on force by the
concerned authorities, NEFOWA with the support of other associations
will move to court without any delay.