NAREDCO-UP also asked RERA states to extend the same deadline to complete various programs run by registered manufacturers and UP-RERA and to disclose taxes and documents. – Different papers.
The National Housing Development Council (NAREDCO) of Uttar Pradesh has written a letter to the Housing and Land Management Council (RERA) to request another six months for voluntary compliance. Covid-19 case wave.
According to data from the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development, 65,539 cases have been terminated by RERA government officials since April 24, 2021.
Of that number, about 40% of cases (26,510 complaints) were resolved in Uttar Pradesh alone.
NAREDCO-UP also asked RERA states to extend the same period to complete various programs run by registered manufacturers and UP-RERA and to disclose taxes and documents.
“This will provide incentives to farmers to plant their construction projects and get the equipment to follow various RERA guidelines,” said RK Arora, president, UP-NAREDCO.
NAREDCO, in its letter, stated that most of the construction workers were on the Covid-19 farm and many had already died.
“Certain programs have been approved by the District Government to prevent access to and from these events. The second is COVID-19 believed to be the result of a major accident aimed at all targets and measures the government has taken as a result of the war,” the letter said.
This situation stopped the repair work of all projects because the postponement/weekend was postponed on 23 April.
“The issue of COVID-19 is growing rapidly and there are no signs of improvement. The building is expected to be demolished in the next six months. Even after that, it will take time to restore sales, recruit new staff and new equipment,” the letter said.
The demolition of the building caused a crisis among developers because the collection was completely stopped and banks and institutions did not receive money from apartments according to their estimates.