New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday directed the Noida authorities to take stern action against those accused of irregularities in the construction of two illegal twin towers of Supertech, news agency ANI reported.
The move comes a day after orders were given to demolish the 0-storey twin towers built in Sector A of Noida. The court also drew the attention of the Noida authorities by pointing out several incidents of violation of rules by the Realty Major in the construction of the Twin Towers and the collusion of its officials with Supertech.
The court directed to file a case against the officials of Supertech and Noida authorities for violating the law under the Uttar Pradesh Urban Development Act.
A bench of Justice Dhananjay Y Chandrachur and Justice MR Shah said in the order, “The case has revealed the heinous complexity of the planning authority in violating the provisions of the law by the developer.”
The court ordered Supertech to evict at its own expense and destroy it within three months under the supervision of expert bodies such as the Noida authorities and the Central Building Research Institute.
The apex court ordered that home buyers at Emerald Court Apex and Cyan Tower with 12 per cent interest from the time of booking should be reimbursed in full. The Supreme Court has said that the Residents Welfare Association (RWA) will have to pay Rs 2 crore for harassment due to the construction of the Twin Towers, which will prevent sun and fresh air for the current residents of the housing project.
RK Aurora, chairman of Supertech Group, said the developer would file a review petition to reconsider the decision to demolish the two towers.
According to Supertech, of the 33 people who initially booked the flat, 13 have relocated to another project, 28 have returned and 252 home buyers are still booking the project with the company.