Residents protest against builder

Residents protest against builder

They alleged the builders’ apathy in fulfilling the commitments he had made to the residents.

The president of the Residents’ Welfare Group, Vinod Tiwari said the Akme Ballet- the ultra luxurious apartment project, started sometime in 2005 with a promised date of delivery within two years is still not completed.

Unkept promises

Akme had promised a world-class club house with swimming pool, gymnasium, two elegant club house and a range of outdoor and indoor games and supermarket resembling all the amenities and features of a luxury resort.

“Most of these promised amenities are either not delivered or delivered in a pathetic state. The club house does not exist even today and a tennis court is an eye-wash,” Tiwari said.
He added that the Corpus Fund, which is around 7.5 crores has not been transferred to the Residents Welfare Association.

What has more aggrieved the residents is that the apartment is not in a livable condition due to water-logging, seepage and other basic problems. When contacted one of the officials of the company Tanveer said, “some confusion has occured, which will be sorted out soon.”

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