GURUGRAM: Chintels India has written a letter to Nishant Yadav (Deputy Commissioner) to inspect the role of Bhayana Builders for justice. Also, Chintels India asked the government about the absence of a Construction company name in the report of died of two residents in tower -D of chintels Paradiso society on February 10.
The letter also has been sent to district town planner Amit Madholia and police commissioner Kala Ramachandran. Chintels India pointed to Bhayana Builders about the source of Chloride being sand and water, which the civil contractor revoked.
Report Submitted by the Committee
On November 8, a report was submitted by the four-member committee, and this committee was led by Vishram Kumar Meena (additional deputy commissioner). The committee found in the report that the lavish amount of Chloride in concrete was the main reason for the collapse of tower D of Chintels Paradiso. After this incident, IIT-Delhi suggested the structural audit of Chintels Paradiso.
Chintels India read the letter, which clearly shows that both sand and water were within the range of the contractor (Bhayana Builders).
Chintels India adds that Bhayana Builders did all the work of concrete structures in 9 towers of Chintels Paradiso.
Nishant Yadav Told TOI
Asked about the letter, Nishant Yadav told TOI according to the committee’s report, the police will inspect this case. The police will investigate during this inspection based on the committee’s report. During that, this point will be deliberated, and the contractors’ responsibility will be fixed. But Bhayana builders have yet to respond.
Chintels India said to vacate tower E and tower F of Chintels Paradiso. We are facing rigid opposition because the authority was concerned about the damage to the two towers. The residents of the society are in tension about resettlement and compensation. Also, the residents are waiting for the audit report of IIT-Delhi.
Chintels India said after the orders of the deputy commissioners, we asked the residents to vacate the flats of tower E and tower F as per the orders, but the residents strictly opposed this order. Chintels added we need the support of authorities and district administration to vacate the flats.
Deputy commissioner ordered to vacate Tower D and Tower E
Last week, the deputy commissioner ordered to vacate tower D and Tower E for demolition; Chintels said we are looking for a qualified consultant to inspect the structure, advise us in this incident, and help us undertake this task or find an alternative way.
The developer said this 18-floor tower D of Paradiso, which has been found beyond repair by the deputy commissioner, would become the third building to demolition in Delhi-NCR after the Supertech twin towers.
The Supertech twin towers had nearly double the number of floors. In its letter, Chintels India claimed its cash flow and registration of its properties have stopped. Chintels India said we could not continue to pay the amount to the families or residents that we have shifted at any cost, which is more than Rs. 20 lakhs monthly.