MUMBAI: Thirty flat purchasers encounter eviction from their new households whilst a further 50 await possession of their flats as Mhada and developer Rajan Shirodkar slug it out around dues to be paid out to the housing authority. Shirodkar, also a member of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena, has blamed Mhada’s hold off in granting permissions as the explanation for not completing his housing challenge at Parel on time.
Shirodkar had taken up a tenanted building in Parel housing 142 tenants for redevelopment in 2002. He reported the Congress govt of Prithviraj Chauhan introduced 300-sq.-foot totally free tenements to tenants in 2009, although the round was issued only in 2015. This, coupled with the refusal of 28 tenants who experienced taken up home in Mhada transit camps to spend lease to the authority, experienced delayed the occupation certificate for the job. Mhada has lifted a monthly bill of Rs 3 crore (which include lease, penalty and interest) and has refused to problem a no-objection certification for the sale component.
The final result is that 30 flat consumers in the sale creating who had no choice and occupied their flats are now going through eviction as the setting up does not have an OC. They had been initially promised possession in August 2016, then December 2016 and lastly in Might 2017.
The builder’s reasons have also not cut ice with the Genuine Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA), which was approached by seven flat purchasers. It explained the builder should really have approached RERA for extension to entire the undertaking.
“There is no fault on part of the complainants who have place their tricky-gained dollars into booking the flats,” reads a RERA purchase.
In two latest orders, RERA directed the builder to variety an affiliation of the flat purchasers and entire the task. In a different get, it has directed Shirodkar to spend fascination from Might 1, 2017, to the real day of possession.
“We have appealed to Mhada to decrease the amount and we are hopeful of a constructive consequence,” he claimed. Dhananjay Daund, a flat customer, said they are struggling for no fault of theirs. “Why need to Mhada punish us for the developer’s lapses?” he questioned.