Who’s To Blame? GNIDA Seal 1009 Units of Supertech Czar Housing Project In Greater Noida

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As per the most recent news, the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) has requested to seal unapproved 1009 flats of Czar project in Sector Omicron-1 in Greater Noida. As per the plan they had authorized just 844 units in this project yet the organization has developed 1009 additional flats against the GNIDA rules.

In such manner, the GNIDA has gotten more than 300 objections about the alleged violation of the sanctioned plans. According to the circumstance, the authority has issued a notification on April 11, 2016, to the realty firm, against violating the rules.

The organization asserted that all units of Czar housing project in Greater Noida are not unauthorized. This is the second time Supertech is confronting this issue. In April 2014, the Allahabad High Court had ordered demolition of the company’s two 40-story towers in a Noida housing project. Supertech has challenged the order in the apex court.
The GNIDA has issued a notification to seal the unauthorized units within 30 days.

In a reply, the company said that we have not violated any rule and had purchased Floor Area Ratio (FAR) from the authority in 2014. Supertech Chairman Mr. R K Arora said: “We had applied to purchase additional FAR in 2014 and also given revised plans. Going by the building by-laws, the given plan shall be deemed to have been approved in 60 days in case no refusal or sanction is given by the authority. Therefore, the company undertook the construction of additional flats, which is legal and tenable under the law,” Mr. Arora also said, Now the company is ready to pay the cost of additional units over and above the 844 units which are permissible as per aforesaid notification of government of Uttar Pradesh & there is no compelling reason to stress.

While on the other hand public claimed that the company is unable to provide possession of their homes in a due time limit and always given false promises.

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