RERA said in an official statement that non-bailable warrants (NBWs) had been issued by the court of RERA, AO (adjudicating officer) against eighteen builders. The cases filled with 86 complaints in as many as 86 disrespect cases at other times.
GURUGRAM: On Wednesday, the Gurugram bench of the HRERA (Haryana real estate regulatory authority) said it had issued NBWs (non-bailable warrants) against 18 developers in 2022 for violating its rules and orders of the charges.
RERA said in the official statement it had issued non-bailable warrants against 18 builders for violating orders and norms in 86 disrespect cases at different times.
Raheja Developers Limited has the highest number of contempt cases, and Ansal Housing and some others builders follow it.
The adjudicating officer court issued 20 non-bailable warrants against Raheja Developers. But in the contempt cases in which, the AO court passed an order in favor of accuser-cum- allottees.
Warrants Issued By Court of RERA Against Ansal Housing and Construction Limited
Also, warrants were being issue in another 17 cases against Ansal Housing and Construction Limited.
There are five non-bailable warrants against Vatika Limited, ten against Tashee Land Developers Limited, followed by six contracts against International Land Developers Private Limited, two against Angle Infrastructure Limited, four against Ramprastha Promoters and Developers Limited, Imperia Structure Limited and Kashish Developers Limited, each, CHD Developers Private Limited, ILD Millennium and Supertech Limited & Tirupati Buildplaza Pvt Ltd each, and one each against Blackberry Realcon Pvt Ltd, Krish Realtech Limited, Alim Infotech City Pvt Ltd, Clarion Properties Limited, Identity Buildtech, Sare Gurugram Pvt Ltd and Sepset Properties Limited.
According to the warrant of the AO Court, the authority has given the order to Angle Infrastructure Pvt Ltd to pay the decree-holder a sum, as noted in the margin. Despite the charges, the sum are yet to paid or given to the holders.
The AO directed the directors of the judgment debtor to file a list of an affidavit and assets stating particular assets but failed to respond, leading to the intended disobedience of court of RERA orders.
The AO office has also served show cause notices to the commissioner of police Gurugram for not acting as per the NBW warrant against the builders.
Adjudicating officer, Rajender Kumar, said the police are responsible for arresting the persons mentioned in the non-bailable warrants and producing them before the AO court, but we have failed to do this. Also, we have sent a show cause notice to the commissioner of police for not acting as per the NBW orders and directions.
These cases are related to refunds as well as delayed ownership charges.
Chairman of RERA, Gurugram, K K Khandelwal, said, ” We have to give justice to home allottees. Also, we bound to RERA and we were try to bring justice.