Noida Extension Flat Owners & Members Association

NOIDA: Dreading further setback to the fate of housing projects, work on which has been in limbo for months, the Noida Extension homebuyers’ body has sent an open letter to the Samajwadi Party head office in Lucknow enquiring about the fate of the 2 lakh upcoming housing units in the area.
The buyers’ inquiry also comes ahead of the NCR Planning Board meeting scheduled for March 26. During the meeting approval of the Greater Noida Master Plan 2021, a mandatory requirement for the Noida Extension projects to resume, might be discussed.
“News reports are rife with speculation on whether the new government in UP will stall Mayawati’s pet projects. Besides, in 2004, the SP government had disbanded the district and stalled numerous projects. We decided it was best to apprise the new government of our situation,” said Abhishek Kumar of Noida Extension Flat Owners and Members Association.
“We have requested the new government to think of the one lakh middle-class buyers who have pumped their savings into these housing units. SP seems to have revamped itself and seems more progressive this time, so we hope that the government will keep our interests in mind,” said Devendra Kumar, another buyer.
In the letter, the buyers’ body has requested SP leaders Mulayam and Akhilesh to help them. “We believe that the fate of Noida Extension now depends on the new government completely. In the past, the Greater Noida Authority as well as the BSP government did little to sort out the issue. But we hope that the new government will help us tide over the crisis soon,” Kumar added.

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