incomplete flats

With the announcement of Rs, 20 thousand crores by the central government to revive the housing sector, a positive change in the situation in the cyber city is also expected. More than 50 thousand flats are incomplete here. Not only this, even after booking, the construction of thousands of flats did not start. Now banks will get money to complete unfinished projects.

This will not only give thousands of people in despair their home, but the property business is also expected to boom. Till a few years ago, there was a boom in the business of property in the cyber city. Ever since the builders started investing money from one project to another project, the business gradually fell. People who gave money to the builders without a thought began to retreat. Today the atmosphere is that even 80 to 90 percent of the flats which are ready have equal customers. Those who have booked flats are not willing to pay any further money because they do not trust builders.

A case has been registered against most of the builders working in the city in various police stations. Due to this, incomplete works are not being completed. Banks stopped giving money due to the situation of the builders. Now with the announcement of Rs 20 thousand crores by the central government to the housing sector, it is expected that the situation will improve.

There is silence in Sector-80 to 105,
although the work is incomplete in all areas of the city, the maximum silence is in the area from Sector-80 to Sector-105. The pace at which work started here, these areas should have been fully developed many years ago. Today, in most of these areas, people have to think ten times before going after evening. Where there should have been beauty, there is a sense of sadness. The construction work should be done under the supervision of the government. People who have booked flats in various societies say that incomplete construction work or the construction work that is going on, all should be under the supervision of the government.

Rajkumar, Jai Singh, and Naresh Panwar, who booked the flats on the condition of not writing the name of their society, said that an agency should be formed to monitor the daily work. Urban Land Management Director Dinesh Nagpal says that the decision of the central government will bring a boom in the property business. Unfinished tasks will be completed faster. The flats which are fully ready, have customers even today. It cannot be said that people are angry with all the builders. It is true that the environment would not have deteriorated if the projects were completed on time.

National Real Estate Development Council President Praveen Jain says that the decision of the central government is expected to be as soon as possible. Banks will now start receiving money to complete the incomplete project. The monitoring system should be made according to the demand of the people, which prepares a report on the daily situation. This will increase people’s trust. Today a situation has arisen due to the rise of trust.