Gurgaon's Deputy Commissioner Shekhar Vidyarthi held a monthly meeting in Gurgaon on Monday to discuss the problems of Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs). Suddenly the meeting changed into a war of words between the developers and the RWAs.
A team of engineers presented a report of development works, regarding parks and roads during the meeting. According to the report, 90 per cent of the facilities were made available in most of the colonies. However, the report did not go down well with RWA of DLF and they condemned the report stating that the report is narrating only one side of the story.
RS Rathee, President of Gurgaon
Citizen Council (GCC) said that the top level DLF management should look after the issues, instead of mid-level officials. After which the Commissioner has decided to hold a separate meeting next week with the executive director of DLF to deal with this issue and the report should be submitted to him for further proceedings.
The GCC produced some photos of illegal stalls in the area to show encroachment and then the commissioner ordered for illegal possession. It was being considered a review meeting for Mayfield Gardens, Ardee City, Uppal Southend and Green Ville. These RWAs also produced their problems in the last meeting.
Dharamvir Yadav from Mayfield Gardens said: "There is no mechanism to keep a check on the developer for providing various facilities such as electricity, water and environmental clearance, to name a few. We thought that the meeting will bring some relief," as reported by Times of India.
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