Dwarka Expressway: Home buyers protest delay in completion at Jantar Mantar

NEW DELHI: Home purchasers and traders in commercial and residential projects over the being built Dwarka Expressway in Gurugram today protested in the Jantar Mantar in New Delhi against delay in completing the expressway.


Over 350 families from 17 projects around the expressway, under DXP Welfare Association, came for that protest and required a non-extensible dead line in the union minister for road transport, freeways and shipping Nitin Gadkari who’d lately approved the expressway a nationwide Highway status.
Most the purchasers noticed that these were being financially harassed because of inefficiency from the government. They stated these were being mired with liabilities of both rent and EMIs also it was impossible to allow them to transfer of for their projects using the incomplete Dwarka Expressway and insufficient fundamental amenities for example power, drainage, water, and electricity.
Yashesh Rao, president of DXP Welfare Association stated: “Our association is really a platform to create each one of these far flung purchasers together to ensure that our problems could be heard.”



“Greater than 70,000 home purchasers have bought their ideal home on the bottom. A number of them already have the having their apartments following the delay of several many are in process to have their dream homes in next 3-6 several weeks. However insufficient fundamental amenities with no route to commute aren’t allowing them to live their dreams. Many of them are eventually bearing the responsibility of rent in addition to EMI. Which dual charges are impacting their overall spending capacity & lifestyle that is leading to unnecessary stress and frustration within the society,” stated Pradip Rahi, general secretary, DXP Welfare Association.



Lawyer Sushil Kaushik stated: “In 2015, the Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court disposed from the entire pending writ petitions around the Dwarka Expressway, clearly indicating their intentions to facilitate and make sure the fast construction of the road. Having a seven-year delay in construction including almost twelve months after orders of disposal of writs through the High Court but still no progress is really a serious question mark around the working from the development sector who’re showing indifference towards almost 16 residential colony and something major SEZ. A cheque through the Judiciary and participation from the Apex court is required within this now.”


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