The enquiry, headed by the Deputy Collector, will look into various safety procedures carried out by the builder during construction and whether there was any lapse on the part of the contractor as well.
Dream homes for Rs 20 lakh, a 10-minute drive to Delhi, and amenities to rival posh high-rises — Shahberi promised it all. The reality, though,
is a quagmire of hurriedly finished buildings with patchy roads and a dysfunctional sewage system, in a village that defies jurisdiction.
From 9.30 am to 4.30 pm, three teams — from the National Zoologoical Park, Wildlife SOS, and one from Meerut — undertook a rescue mission, which was witnessed and recorded by almost all of Sadullapur village, where the animal was spotted.
Abhinav Khare, a resident of Siddharth Apartment 1, said a major concern for many residents is that no safety inspection has been undertaken in other buildings in the locality, to check if they are similarly hazardous.
At the end of a two-week long preliminary survey — prompted by the July 17 Shahberi incident in which nine people died — the authority has identified a total of 1,757 structures in the area as being on “legally shaky ground.”
Two buildings with one being under construction-collapsed in Shahberi Village in Greater Noida Tuesday night leaving three people dead. Eyewitnesses said that a four-storey building fell on a six storey under-construction building around 8.45 pm. The death toll is likely to increase.
Living in Noida? Beware of tyre Killers ahead because driving on the wrong side of the road can result in bursting of your tyres. Noida authority is installing tyre killers in Noida to discourage wrong-side driving.