The residents complained that even after three months, the developer has failed to complete the construction of the boundary wall alongside the revenue road which is posing a serious security risk.
In December last year, the enforcement wing of the DTCP had cleared the encroachment done by the developer on the revenue road. “After several complaints, the department cleared the encroachment but now it has become a security concern for us as the builder is not closing the open passage. Though there is a guard assigned at the gate but it is not a practical solution as anybody can enter the premises. The builder has not strictly complied with the sanctioned layout plan and has done severe violation,” said PK Naithani, president of Park Serene RWA.
Earlier this month, the residents had written to deputy commissioner of Gurugram and the authorities concerned on the matter and demanded the construction of missing portion of boundary wall alongside the road in a time bound manner to avoid any security risk for the residents living in the society.
The residents pointed out that the developer has installed a double gate on both sides of the revenue road and is claiming that it is a fire tender path. “This is a clear violation of Haryana Building Code, 2017 and National Building Code 2016 as the fire tender path is useless in case of a mishap. How can an internal fire tender path be crossing a public revenue road? How did the fire department and DTCP provide NOC for Occupation Certificate with such huge violations?” questioned Hemant Kumar, RWA general secretary.
Meanwhile, a representative of the developer said, “With due compliance, the work has already been undertaken considerably while back and if there are any complaints with the department we will respond to them. The wall has been constructed according to the directions by the department and gates have been installed with guards.”