Angry buyers seek clarity

Builder of towers in Noida’s Sector-93 to appeal decision in Supreme Court.

By: Express News Service | Noida | Updated: April 13, 2014 1:56 am
Construction at the two towers (T-16 and T-17) has been completed till the 21st and 17th storeys, respectively.(Gajendra Yadav) Construction at the two towers (T-16 and T-17) has been completed till the 21st and 17th storeys, respectively. (Gajendra Yadav)

A day after the Allahabad High Court ordered the demolition of two under-construction towers of the Supertech Emerald Court complex in Noida’s Sector-93, angry buyers arrived at the site office and protested against the “lack of information” provided to them by the builder. The High Court ordered the demolition after residents of the complex had complained that the two 40-floor towers were being built on land that had been earmarked for a playground, according to the original site plan that was in effect when they had purchased the flats.

On Saturday, those who have booked flats in the two towers ruled illegal accused the builder of “not giving them complete information”.

Supertech reiterated that there was no wrongdoing on its part and that it would appeal the decision in the Supreme Court.

“I want to assure everyone that there is no wrongdoing whatsoever. All clearances were taken wherever required, and all plans submitted with the Noida Authority. We are hopeful that the Authority will grant us relief,” R K Aarora, CMD of the group, said.

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