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Shri Narendra Modi Ji says that every Indian's "Right to Home" is his dream. However, buying a home in Noida is no less than a nightmare. Why is it that for every controversy the buyers have to suffer. 

National Green Tribunal in its order dated April, 2014 have put a hold on the construction and possession of thousands of homes due for delivery in Noida, Uttar Pradesh. This action is being taken in the view of violation of ban on construction happening in 10 Km buffer zone of Okhla Bird Sanctuary.

We the buyers are already burdened with the EMI + RENT and now we are being denied our RIGHT TO HOME for ignorance of authorities and developers. 

We buyers ask few basic questions: 

- what were the authorities doing when builders were given permission to build high rise building. 

- why did builders not take appropriate permission and choose to ignore all the norms. 

- Why didn't NGT and NBW intervene in 2010 when construction started and advertisements put in every corner of NCR and on TV/Radios.

Also, why are buyers being punished again and again? We demand that action be taken against the developers or authorities who are guilty of committing the ignorance but Buyers must not be made to suffer in this situation. 

We the buyers are law abiding citizen and have been paying Tax (Service Tax, VAT, Labor Cess, Registration, Lease rent etc) and are being made the scapegoat while the authorities and developers enjoys on money we have already paid. 

NGT have asked MoEF (Ministry of Environment and Forests) to decide on the matter and we request Shri Narendra Modi Ji to please intervene and protect our rights. 

Please allow possession of flats while authorities and government finds a solution. 

NGT issue explained :



Home Buyers of Noida, Uttar Pradesh


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