Which Incident Compelled Jaypee Home Buyers to Think of Committing Suicide
Having a roof over the head is certainly a necessity like food and cloth. Having a home is just like a dream and it is such a dream that people start dreaming when they first draw their salary. Build a dream home is not an easy process as it needs so much planning. You will need to think of budget first, the interior designs, number of rooms and what not. There are some who prefer to invest in a home right after they starting earning while others wait until they are convinced that they have enough money to buy their home. The people who had invested in the Wish Town Project for owning their dream home have now broken into pieces. Their dream has been shattered completely.
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Manifold home buyers who had earlier booked apartments with Jaypee Infratech in Greater Noida and Noida, now protested badly against the state government as well as the company at Jantar Mantar on last Saturday.
Holding placards, shouting slogans and also demanding justice and righteousness, the protesters tried to walk towards the Parliament, however, police didn’t allow them for doing so. Their demands were being communicated, clear and loud- the government should pose a time limit for the delivery of the booked flats so that uncertainty will end that has been stressing the lives of multiple people for years.
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A large number of home buyers of Jaypee Infratech already affected by the delayed possessions which led them to stage a protest at Jantar Mantar. Not only this, they threatened to take their own life if the government doesn’t take rigid steps. Over 32,000 home buyers were badly affected because of the delayed possession.
Near about 100 home buyers grouped at the Jantar Mantar with placards and began shouting catchphrases against the Greater Noida and the Noida authorities, government and the builders. They planned to go to the residence of Narendra Modi, however, their permission was not being granted.
SK Sharma, a home buyer expressed his anger by stating: “Since nobody is hearing us, we feel like committing suicide like the farmers are doing. I am a retired man and I have invested all my life’s saving for a flat. Now I am living in a rented accommodation. Is there any law in this country for us?”
The bank that sanctioned a credit to the Jaypee group lately moved a petition for the indebtedness of Jaypee Infratech following which a long chain of protest exploded.