Registries pending, 300 homebuyers in Noida hold protest – ET RealEstate

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By Amit

NOIDA: Around 300 residents from several housing societies took part in a “symbolic” hunger strike at the Ek Murti Chowk to protest against the delays in getting their homes registered in Noida Extension even as the agitation entered its 13th week on Sunday.

The residents said the issue has been dragging on for the past six or seven years, and they will continue their protests every Sunday and sit on an indefinite hunger strike if necessary. According to them, thousands of residents across the city are suffering from the registry- and possession-related delays.

The residents of Apex Golf Avenue, Ajnara Homes, Aishwaryam Gaur City 2, and Supertech Ecovillage 1, 2 and 3, took part in the protest.

“We will not bow down to the pressure of builder-administration coterie and will only end the agitation if our demands are fulfilled,” Abhishek Kumar, president of the New Era Flat Owners Welfare Association, told TOI. Kumar added that more and more people were joining the cause each week.

Protesters said many builders currently have large outstanding dues to the Noida Authority, and so their registry cannot go ahead. “We have paid lakhs to the builder but haven’t been able to register our flats. Some are yet to get possession of their houses,” Nidhi Saxena, a homebuyer, said.

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