New Delhi: The Gurugram District Administration has instructed folks to vacate the “unsafe” Inexperienced View Society developed by stated-owned NBCC throughout a gathering on Thursday. Nevertheless, the residents nonetheless have no idea the place they’re purported to go and the way a lot might be compensation might be given to them.
Nishant Yadav, Gurugram District Collector, stated on Thursday, “The NBCC surveyed its society and it was discovered that the constructing is unsafe and must be vacated by March 1. The NBCC will bear the price of shifting the residents.”
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We do not know the way a lot refund we’ll obtain, we have no clue the place we’ll be shifting, stated an Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) resident in NBCC Inexperienced View societyS
Motion is being taken after Chintels constructing collapsed incident, one other resident of the society stated (17.02) pic.twitter.com/m42kjn02ou
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One other resident stated that the motion is being initiated after the Chintels constructing collapsed not too long ago.
Nishant Yadav throughout Thursday’s assembly additionally stated that the Authorities of India enterprise, i.e. the NBCC, will present alternate lodging and likewise hire for these keen to maneuver to an condo of the identical parameters.
The residents of Inexperienced View society in Gurugram have been requested to vacate the condo constructing over security issues. Deputy Commissioner Nishant Kumar Yadav issued the order after a gathering with the Nationwide Constructing Development Company (NBCC). The residents should vacate by March 1, 2022.
The DPRO Gurugram has assured that the bills might be borne by the NBCC, ANI reported.
The choice has been taken because the Inexperienced View constructing in Sector 37D, Gurugram, was deemed unsafe final yr after a structural audit by the Indian Institute of Know-how (IIT), Delhi. It was additionally introduced earlier that the housing society with over 700 flats, constructed by the state-owned NBCC (India) Ltd, might be demolished.
Deputy Commissioner Nishant Kumar Yadav, together with the DPRO Gurugram, met the residents of Inexperienced View society to handle their security issues of the residents. The choice comes days after two ladies died when a portion of the roof of Chintels Paradiso housing complicated in Gurugram’s Sector 109 collapsed final week.