New Delhi: While expressing sympathy for the buyers who lost their lives due to non-availability of flat money, the Supreme Court has asked for a comprehensive time-bound comprehensive plan to complete projects from Amrapali. The court has asked Amrapali to file a plan in seven days. The apex court gave this direction during Wednesday’s hearings on the petitions related to starting bankruptcy proceedings against Amrapali and giving flat to flat buyers. The court said that they are concerned about the flat buyers who have all their savings. Their money should not go into any other item. The court has asked Amrapali to present the comprehensive plan within seven days and tell how long it will complete its incomplete projects.
Senior advocates present on behalf of Amrapali said that the Galaxy Developers are ready to complete the incomplete flats in a timely manner. He said that under the incomplete flat RERA provisions, in seven phases, 2018 to 2021 will be completed. Flat buyers’ money will be deposited in one account, its use will only be used to complete flat construction. The apex court asked the concerned departments of Noida and Greater Noida Authority, Interim Resolutions Professional (IRP), to file their replies on the proposal of Amrapali and the scheme being filed. In the case, further hearings will be held on February 21. Earlier, advocate ML Lahoti, appearing for flat buyers, said that this matter is related to about 42 thousand flat buyers.
In the case of JP case, the court also allows all the buyers to put their details on the web portal. This facility has been given to the buyers of the Silicon Valley project right now. Some people also demanded to refund the money. On this, the bench said that they will first see the matter of giving the flat to the people. If the flat is not available then only then will it be considered to get back the money. Meanwhile, lawyer CU Singh raised the issue of demand from the flat buyers for flat money from the IRP and demanded to cancel the order. On this, the IRP’s counsel said that there are 21 fire bronzes in the towers, which require money for it. On this, the court ordered Amrapali that he would set fire to the towers himself and told the IRP that he would not obstruct the work.