7 Nov 2012

Buyers warned against holding protests

Property News In Noida

NOIDA: Considering the increasing instances of protests by Noida Extension homebuyers, which often obstruct traffic and law and order arrangements in the city, the district administration has asked the buyers' association to not to protest in groups. The administration has assured to help settle buyers' problems individually as protests hamper normal city life. However, buyers are calling this move unconstitutional.

The city magistrate on Tuesday said that he will not let homebuyers or investors stage a protest against any builder without prior permission taken from the concerned authority. "If a buyer has any issue with a builder, he/she should resolve it individually by going to the concerned developer's office. If the builder fails to settle their problem, then they can come to the district administration or they have the option to move court. However, they will not be allowed to disturb the law and order," said Pushpraj Singh, city magistrate.

In the last fortnight, buyers have demonstrated twice at the offices of developers. Deputy SP Triveni Singh said that buyers staged protests without informing the administration. Vijay Trivedi, office bearer of NEFOMA, has called the move of the administration a violation of constitutional rights.

After buyers got angry and tried to enter the premises of the developers' offices, the situation became tense and had to controlled with the help of the police.

"We can not allow anybody to disturb law and order in the city. The protest should be peaceful if anybody in the name of protest will try to disturb the law and order, the police will take stringent action against the persons," Singh said that if the buyers have problems and the developers have failed to settle, then they have option to move court but nobody will be allowed to take law in their hands.

The buyers organization calling the administration move, a violation of constitutional right. "Conducting peaceful agitation is our constitutional right and we have never taken law in our hands," said

"The police and administration officials said that in the name of some buyers we are doing politics for our western interest. There are hundred of home buyers and we do not know how the city administration will settle the buyers problems individually," Trivedi said.


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