New Delhi: The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) has adopted a tough stance against such builders, who, despite taking the full money, still do not hesitate to give a flat or house possession to the buyers. He has ordered famous builder Unitech to return the money of two buyers, including interest, in six weeks, who have paid full money, but even after waiting for ten years, they still have not got the possession of the flat. The Commission gave the above order to the Unitech Builder, in the case of Manish Sharma and Gulshan Awghi, giving separate verdicts. The top consumer court directed Unitech to return the original money to the two buyers with ten percent interest from the date of payment. NCDRC said that both the consumers Manish Sharma and Gulshan Awhile waited for a flat for ten years, but Unitech could not capture them. The commission rejected all the complaints of builder’s lawyer.
Aditya Parolia, a lawyer who bought the flat, alleged that the whole blunder of the whole episode is about the builder. Now he is making various excuses to avoid liability. According to advocate Aditya, Manish and Gulshan had booked flat in two residential projects of Unitech at Greater Noida. Manish, a resident of Mumbai, had booked a flat for his mother on June 26, 2017 in Uni-World City Capellia and deposited Rs 38 lakh. But the project could not start. After this, the builder allocated a flat in Unitech Verve in November 2010 and promised to give possession within 36 months.