K P Singh, Chairman & CEO, DLF
GURGAON: The monthly meeting held by Gurgaon deputy commissioner Shekhar Vidyarthi, to address the issues of residents welfare associations, on Monday witnessed heated exchanges between RWAs and developers.
A team of engineers submitted a report, regarding the conditions of roads and parks, and stated that 90% facilities were available in most of the colonies. However, the RWA of DLF area rejected the report, saying its was one sided.
RS Rathee, president of Gurgaon Citizen Council (GCC), said that the top management of DLF should be called to address the issues, instead of mid-level officials. The DC then called for a separate meeting with executive director of DLF next week to sort out problems and submit a report to him for further action.
The GCC also submitted photos of few illegal kiosks in the area and Vidyarthi immediately ordered for the removal of all encroachments.
As the RWA of Vipul Greens raised the issue of scarcity of water in their colony, the DC instructed HUDA officials to send a report on the issue within 15 days.
It was also a review meeting for the RWAs ? Mayfield Gardens, Ardee City, Uppal Southend and Green Ville ? who presented their issues in the last meeting.
Dharamvir Yadav from Mayfield Gardens said: "There is no mechanism to keep a check on the developer for providing various facilities such as electricity, water and environmental clearance, to name a few. We thought that the meeting will bring some relief."