The Supreme Court on Tuesday dealt a major blow to the Noida and Greater Noida Authority during a crucial hearing in the Amrapali Group case. The Supreme Court has ordered the Noida and Greater Noida Authorities to start registration of flats for buyers of Amrapali. In the hearing, the court also warned that the authorities could be sent to jail if there is a delay in granting the possession.
Thousands of Amrapali flat buyers can soon get possession of their houses and the flats where people are already residing can be registered after the court's order to both the authorities. According to the information received, during the hearing of the Amrapali case, the Supreme Court again reprimanded both Noida and Greater Noida Authority. Not only that, but the court also said that "we are not paper lions, we will take concrete action if necessary."
The Supreme Court, in an angry manner during the hearing, said that the Noida and Greater Noida Authority have not responded despite several notices. With this, the court warned not to force us to take drastic action. On the other hand, the court also reprimanded the banks saying that we are now talking about the serious problem of home buyers. The authority, in view of the court's tough stand during the hearing, said that special cells for Amrapali home buyers are involved in the case. has been created. He also assured the court that officers have been appointed to comply with the order.
The Supreme Court order will enable the registration of flats in Noida and Greater Noida to be started. Authorities have asked authorities to expedite the registry and even send them to jail on negligence. The dinars have been relieved. In the earlier hearing, the court took major action and provided relief to 45 thousand flat buyers. The court has ordered that Amrapali's pending project will be completed by the NBCC.
The Supreme Court had also quashed the registration of Amrapali Group companies under RERA. Thousands of buyers have been living in the Amrapali project built flats for years, but no objection certificate has been received from Noida and Greater Noida Authority due to non-payment of full money by the builder. As such, these flats are not being registered. After the Supreme Court's latest order, thousands of those plots will be registered and revenue will come to the authority.