The residents alleged that the society does not have permanent electricity connection as a result they have been facing frequent power cuts and voltage fluctuation.
The protesters, holding banners and posters and shouting slogan against the developer, carried out a march inside the society to highlight the plight of the residents on Sunday.
However, the developer refuted the allegations made by the residents and said that they are already working to resolve the issue. “We fail to understand the reason for creating such unrest, when we have already arrived upon a detailed written agreement with the RWA. Just 10 days ago, we signed this said agreement with the RWA addressing all their concerns and documented all the pending tasks with completion timeline, including electricity infrastructure, club etc. Our team has been proactively addressing all their grievances so such undue pressures should be avoided,” said Rohit Mohan, senior vice-president (marketing) BPTP Ltd.
Spread across 102 acres of land, the township was launched in 2011, while the possession was started in 2017. At present more than 400 families are living here.