Construction of the remaining 13 towers of Supertech Basera has been at rest for 3 years, which delayed the possession of flats. Homebuyers protested against the developer at the project site and filed a complaint at CM window.
A group of homebuyers gathered and protested against the Supertech Basera at the project site on Sunday for the delay in delivery of their flats.
The housing project was launched in 2015, promising the possession of flats by 2020. But the developer has offered only two towers partly, while the remaining 13 towers are constructed only 50%.
Homebuyers said that the project has 15 towers having 1,976 flats. “The project is delayed by three years and most of us have fully paid the developer and are now feeling cheated. We all are losing hope of getting our flats as the developer does not want to complete this project,” said Ashis Soni, one of the homebuyers.
Another homebuyer Ravinder Singh said that he had booked a flat in 2015 supposed to get possession by 2020, but now he doesn’t know when he will be able to move into his flat. They filed the complaint at the CM window and contacted authorities seeking their intervention in expediting the project but to no avail. Now they don’t have any other option instead of protesting.
Mohit Arora, MD of Supertech said that possessions at Basera are going on a regular basis and flats are being handed over every week. The buyers are regularly updated on the construction progress. The construction work is now back on track after hurdles of the NGT construction ban and all the flats will be delivered in the next 12 months.