CHANDIGARH, June 16- Following the complaints of irregularities received against two builders and former managements of two Co-operative Societies in Gurgaon, Haryana Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal today ordered action against them . The Builders included Emaar MGF Ltd and A N Buildwell Private Limited while Co-operative Societies include Sunhera Apna Ghar Co-operative Housing Society Sector-55 and Ram Shanti Group Housing Society Sector-52 of Gurgaon.
Mr Manohar Lal was presiding over the monthly meeting of District Grievances Committee in Gurgaon today. A total of 22 complaints were put up before the Chief Minister and most of these were resolved on the spot. In the meeting, the Chief Minister said that he had chosen to preside over the monthly meeting of District Grievances Committee of Gurgaon only because of builder related issues and he wanted to find amicable solution to the problems of buyers who have been suffering at the hands of the builders. It was informed in the meeting that a society named Emaar MGF Palm Hills was launched in March 2010 in sector 77 of Gurgaon, in which 1100 apartments in 65 towers were to be constructed.
The Builder had promised to complete construction in 36 months, but even after taking 90 to 98 per cent of the cost, the possession of flats had not been handed over to the allottees. The representative of the Builder said that 25 towers were almost complete and possession would be given by December end this year. The Builder has 14 projects in the state. The Chief Minister directed the Senior Town Planner (STP) to check whether the payment was construction linked and if it was so, then how did the Builder got 90 to 98 per cent of the cost deposited. He also asked the Builder to pay compensation to allottees for delay as per Builder-Buyer Agreement. He also directed the Builder to give details of payments made by the buyers for each tower and also share the work schedule of all the projects with the Authorities concerned.
In the case of Spirewoods project of A N Buildewell Private Limited in sector 103, Gurgaon, the Chief Minister directed the HUDA Authorities to get the pits filled with sand after evacuating water from there so that the construction remains safe and charge the expenditure from the builder. It was informed that in this issue, liquidation proceedings were going on in Delhi High Court as all the Directors of the company have resigned and on finding guilty of taking advance registration amount before approval of building plan, an FIR has also been got registered against the builder. Mr Manohar Lal asked the Authorities concerned to try to bring out the liquidation case from the High Court, so that the buyers can be provided some relief. Ever since the Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal has started presiding over the monthly meeting of District Grievances Committee, decisions were taken against the builders who had been harassing the buyers for years.
Today, in his third meeting he ordered action against two builders. In his very first meeting he gave directions to initiate action against Unitech, the reality giant. With these actions, Mr Manohar Lal has given a message that he is not going to spare the erring builders who were enjoying at the cost of hard earned money of buyers. On finding irregularities, Mr Manohar Lal today also passed orders to initiate action against former managements of two Co-operative Group Housing Societies. He directed to file a case of fraud against the accused Defacto President of Sunhera Apna Ghar Co-operative Society located at plot number 63 of sector 55 for making more members illegally. The Assistant Registrar of Co-operative department, after conducting enquiry into the matter, said that in the L-Form available with them, the society has 50 members while the accused President had made 150 members. It was informed that even after 10 years, the status of construction is 60 per cent. This society was allotted by HUDA and when file was demanded, it was not found in the Record Room of HUDA, for which the Estate Officer-2 has got FIR registered. In the case of Ram Shanti Co-operative Group Housing Society of Sector- 52, Gurgaon, it was found that the former management committee of the society in collaboration with employees of Co-operative Society Maggu had made 25 additional members whereas the number of original members was 96. For this, the Chief Minister directed to initiate action after registering FIR. The original members will be identified by the Assistant Registrar Co-operative Society. Others present in the meeting included Union Minister Rao Inderjit Singh, Haryana Public Works (Building and Roads) Minister Rao Narbir Singh, MLAs Umesh Aggarwal, Tejpal Tanwar and Bimla Chaudhary, Divisional Commissioner, Dr D. Suresh, Commissioner of Police Navdeep Singh Virk, Deputy Commissioner T. L. Satyaprakash, DCP East Deepak Saharan, DCP South Sulochna Gajraj and DCP West Balwan Singh Rana.