When asked about their rejection to take help from other buyer's association, he replied, “We don't want to create any mess. We want the involvement of only three parties in this issue, Noida authority, investors and Supertech group.”
The twin-towers - Apex and Ceyane, were ordered to be demolished within four months by the Allahabad High Court. A petition was filed by a welfare association of Emerald Court's existing residents, saying that the new towers were blocking the 'light and air' of the other apartments in the complex.
The court has also ordered the prosecution of the officials of Noida authority. While the Noida Authority is defending themselves by saying, 'the building was given approval according to the old rules, and now new rules have come up and this building, does not fulfill the new rules.'
According to a report by Economic Times, 'In 2006, the Noida authority allotted an additional 6,556.51 sq m in the same plot to the builder, who had proposed to build a ground plus one shopping centre and an apartment block with 11 floors, similar to the other towers constructed on the plot. But the developer increased the height of the towers to 24 floors in 2009 and then to 40 floors in 2012.'
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