Pune : Residents of Liberty Cooperative Housing Society in Koregaon Park Protest Against Builder, Demanding Facilities

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Over 20 residents of Liberty Cooperative Housing Society in Koregaon Park, on North Main road in Pune, staged a protest against the builder, Ahura Builders, raising concerns about the lack of various essential facilities. The residents expressed dissatisfaction with the builder’s failure to provide them with an occupancy certificate, share certificate, adequate water supply, and unrestricted access to parking areas, among other issues. Despite consistent follow-ups with the builder, the residents claim to have received no response. Liberty Cooperative Housing Society has over 150 flats and a few commercial shops.

In response to the allegations, P. A. Inamdar from Ahura Builders stated that the residents had not paid maintenance charges amounting to over Rs 50 lakhs. Regarding the share certificate, he assured the residents that they could apply for it, and the builder would provide the necessary documentation. Inamdar also pointed out that the entire city of Pune was presently grappling with a water crisis, which might have contributed to the water supply issue.

Regarding the restricted parking access, Inamdar explained that certain residents had converted their residential spaces into commercial ones, leading to outsiders occupying parking spots and causing inconvenience for the residents. To address this concern, the builder has now designated specific parking spaces for residents.

To address the grievances, Inamdar disclosed to Pune Pulse that he would be holding a meeting with the society members to discuss the issues. The outcome of this meeting is eagerly awaited as the residents hope for a resolution to their concerns and the fulfillment of their demands.