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News: Irregularities: Victory Valley residents go to dist registrar-03-08-2021


Gurgaon: A group of residents of Ireo Victory Valley in Sector 67 approached the district registrar seeking to postpone the election process in the society.
They alleged there are many irregularities and misappropriation of funds by the nominated RWA, which need an independent probe.
There are around 830 flats in the society and the RWA election was scheduled for August 8. Following the announcement of the first such election in the condominium, residents said there have been gross violations of the Haryana Registration and Regulation of Societies Act, 2012 by the defunct governing body and the returning officer.

The residents said the condominium owners’ welfare association was formed in July 2016 with employees of the developer, who are neither owners nor residents — mandatory criteria as per bylaws. “They are untraceable. In five years, no annual general meeting has been called by the nominated RWA and there is no transparency and accountability in the functioning of the nominated governing body,” a resident said. They also alleged the developer wanted to do away with its responsibilities of completing the work, which is running into Rs 32 crore. “Till date, there is no permanent electricity connection in the society. We have to rely on DG sets, leading to an additional expense of approximately Rs 5 lakh per month, ” said Nidhi Singh, another resident. Singh added that the developer has been selling inventory for the past 4 years without registering the project with RERA. “HRERA (Gurgaon) has passed an order to stay the further sale of unsold inventory as the project is still not registered,” she said. Moreover, there is a lack of fire safety measures, frequent malfunctioning of lifts, irregular power supply.

Meenakshi Garg, another resident, said: “We have knocked on the doors of multiple officials and now RWA elections are being pushed upon us unlawfully. We are humbly requesting the CM and officials concerned to help us ensure that the residents get their due in terms of what was promised by the builder. We demand the completion of all project deficiencies and our security deposit of around Rs 20 crore and dues of around Rs 15 crore on builder before forcing the RWA elections on residents.”


The developer could not be reached for a comment. Sanjit Kaur, district registrar of societies and firms, said polls would not be allowed till the matter is resolved. “I have received the complaints from residents regarding the dispute over membership and other violations of HRRS Act, 2012. The matter will be heard further in the next hearing till then an election will not proceed in the society,” she said.

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