The Supreme Court has directed the demolition of two 40-story towers of Supertech's Emerald Court project in Noida for violating norms.CM Yogi Adityanath has taken seriously the irregularities in its construction.He has been directed to take strict action against the accused officers.He has directed the officers to ensure that the orders of the Supreme Court are followed in letter and spirit in this matter.
CM Yogi Adityanath in a high-level review meeting with officials on Wednesday said that irregularities in Supertech's Emerald Court project in Noida have been going on continuously since 2004.He directed that a special inquiry committee should be constituted from the government level and a thorough investigation should be done in this matter.Strictest action will be taken against each and every guilty officer.Directed that criminal cases should also be registered as per the requirement.Immediate action should be initiated in this regard.
Let us tell you that the Supreme Court's decision to demolish two 40-story towers of Supertech's Emerald Court project in Noida for construction in violation of norms has brought much relief to home buyers.The court has said in its order on Tuesday that the entire money of the home buyers should be returned with 12 percent interest from the time of booking.This work has to be completed in two months.Along with this, the Residents Welfare Association has been asked to give Rs 2 crore for the trouble caused by the construction of both the towers.
The Supreme Court has said in its decision that no interference is required in the Allahabad High Court's decision of 11 April 2014.The High Court had also directed the demolition of both the buildings, Tower Apex and Tower Sion, located in Sector 93A of Noida.The court said that the construction of two towers of 40 storeys containing 915 flats and shops of Supertech has been done in connivance with the Noida Authority.The view of the High Court in this regard was correct.The court said that the Noida Authority did not make any effort to comply with the UP Apartment Act-2010 in this matter.This severely violated the rights of the home takers.
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