GURUGRAM: The residents of Emaar Green, a housing society in Sector 102, filed a complaint at the CM window on Saturday against the developer for not paying them compensation for the delay in possession.
The residents alleged that the builder had promised to offer the possession in June 2015, which was actually given to them in 2017.
Though the builder had promised to compensate them for the delay, it hadn’t paid them a penny. In the complaint, the residents demanded an enquiry by the economic offence wing.
Around 100 people, who reside in the society that has 672 flats, pointed out that the facility services in society is also in a poor state. They claimed that there is no fencing on boundary wall of the society, no waiting place for visitors and the entire society doesn’t have a single CCTV camera installed.
Sandeep Fogat, a resident said, “After taking possession, we observed that the material used for the construction was bad. Doors, tiles, electricity and sanitary hardware are of very poor quality. At present, the security arrangements are insufficient in the society. We have staged protest against the builder but no action has been initiated by the government so far.”
Another resident, Prakash Bora, said, “Emaar is refusing to pay the ‘delay in possession’ compensation to the buyers. Many buyers filed cases against builder in various courts. There are many buyers who bought the flats in resale and they are also eligible for delay compensation but builder is not entertaining their claims.”
The residents claimed that they made several complaints but no corrective actions have been initiated yet. They said that as per HRera, builder is bound to share the CAM expenditure and balance sheet on monthly basis with owners which is not done till now.
Despite repeated attempts by TOI, the Emaar management could not be contacted.