9 years on, society residents waiting for flat registration

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GURGAON: Even nine years after getting possession, the residents of City Co-op Group Housing Society are running from pillar to post for registration of the flats. The residents, who have already made their complaints to the registrar office alleging irregularities by the managing committee, comprising former and serving employees of Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), have now written to the vigilance department of SAIL.

In a complaint (copy with TOI) to the SAIL vigilance department, former deputy director of Financial Intelligence Unit of Ministry of Finance, S Sampath, has said no member of the society has got the clear title registration of their flat, despite payment of the entire liability towards the costs of land and flat construction, prior to the possession of these flats in 2004.

Demanding action in the case, he said liability towards the registration of the flat is increasing day by day without the clear title in place. “After retirement and at this age, it is very difficult for us to pool the money for such delayed clearances,” he said. Despite repeated attempts, SAIL chief vigilance officer Naveen Prakash could not be reached by TOI. However, sources in the vigilance office said that they were yet to receive any complaint in this regard.

In the year 2000, Atul Srivatsava, the then senior manager and now executive director (HR), SAIL and Bimal Kachroo, former SAIL employee and now a private builder, invited membership for a proposed group housing society for SAIL employees and its subsidiaries in Gurgaon – Sail Fraternity Co-operative Group Housing Society. Later the name was changed to City Co-op Group Housing Society, read the complaint. Despite repeated assurances in annual general meetings since 2004 that the process of getting the title is going on with HUDA and the title for the flats and registration will be done shortly, nothing has changed, alleged Sampath.

Sampath further said that it was learnt from the managing committee that the dues towards the cost of land have not been settled with HUDA to date. After complaints by a few individual members from the society at the Assistant Registrar’s office, it was found that there was huge financial mismanagement by the managing committee.

Another resident, Vikas Bhalotia, alleged that there were gross irregularities relating to the funds of the society from the year 2000. Even after a final warning by government authorities to the managing committee to submit financial documents from 2000 to 2013 by September 10, the committee has failed to produce it.



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