Saturday, 29 July 2017

Madhya Pradesh RERA issues notice to Gammon India

Gammon authorities, however, have rejected her charges



BHOPAL: Following complaints raised by a buyer, the Madhya Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) issued notice to Gammon India's Shrishti CBD residential project in Bhopal. The complaint was made last week; and after verification of the charges, a notice was issued to Gammon.

State RERA member Dinesh Kumar Naik confirmed to TOI that a notice has been served to Gammon. Among the charges levelled against project authorities, the complainant, Chandana C Arora alleged issues of payment and possession. She said: "Gammon Shrishti is supposedly the most exorbitant housing project in the state and we have willingly paid huge amount of money for the location and its credibility of government land. Gammon has en-cashed these two things for maximum monetary benefit. If builder is not delivering or is looting the buyers' right under the nose of the state government and MP RERA, it is more of a problem for the above two, rather than for us as buyers," Arora said.

Arora said that till October 2015, she had paid 90% of the total sale price with the assurance that possession would be given by mid or late 2015. However, till date possession has not been given. She added that others who had invested in the project would soon approach RERA as well.

Gammon authorities, however, have rejected her charges.

The project in question has not been registered with RERA yet. It is mandatory for a project to register with RERA in 3 months from May 1 - the date RERA came into existence.