Over 400 homebuyers and residents of three different projects in the city staged protests against the developers and RWA on Sunday.
The protesters had similar grievances — financial irregularities and delay in possession by the builder.
On Sunday morning, hundreds of residents of Mahindra Aura in New Palam Vihar staged a protest at the society clubhouse against the “malpractices and financial irregularities” conducted by their RWA.
Aura residents said they had brought a no-confidence motion and dissolved the current RWA by calling a special general body meeting on September 16 last year, but the RWA continues to hold financial powers.
“The RWA office bearers have, in collusion with the district registrar office, carried out several illegal activities, including replacement of security agency at a higher cost, increasing maintenance charges and installing poorly-planned CCTV cameras at a cost five times greater than the market rate,” said Tej Malik, a protester.
Mahindra Aura RWA president Yashish Yadav said the matter is in court. “A group of residents are harassing RWA office bearers,” he said.
Meanwhile, around 200 buyers of Greenopolis housing project in Sector 89 protested at the New Delhi residences of the directors of developer Orris Infrastructure, Vijay Gupta and Nirmal Singh. The buyers alleged that the builder has stopped meeting them after taking their money despite the project being way past its 2016 deadline. An Orris representative said he couldn’t comment on the matter as the case is with Rera.
Around 100 homebuyers of Shree Vardhman Flora also protested against the developer at the project site in Sector 90 against the delay in completion. “No work is going on at the site and completion doesn’t seem likely in the near future,” said Shambir Yadav, a buyer. Vardhman spokespersons didn’t revert to messages sent by TOI.