First serious crackdown after Feb. 10 vertical mishap in Paradiso
Gurugram, Feb. 20 (Delhi Crown): In a first major crackdown on “Chintels India”, Gurugram Deputy Commissioner Nishant Kumar Yadav on Sunday imposed a stay on the Sale Deeds/Registries of residential and commercial units in different projects undertaken by the real estate group in the city.
The move assumes significance in the aftermath of the February 10 mishap at Chintels Paradiso, in Sector-109, when a vertical collapse in Tower-D had claimed lives of 2 women and injured a few others.
All the Tehsildars and Naib-Tehsildars have been directed to ensure that no Sale Deed/Registry of any unit in any of the undergoing projects of Chintels Paradiso should be committed till further orders.
Chintels group has around ten projects which are in different stages of completion in Gurugram, over an estimated land areas of 270 acres. The real estate group has different projects in Sectors 106, 108, 102, 114. One of the biggest projects it has is the “International City” where it offers freehold plots.
Meanwhile, earlier in the day, residents of Chintels Paradiso carried out a protest in Sector-109 demanding a Supreme Court-monitored CBI probe into the Feb. 10 mishap, saying they have no faith in the Gurugram Police, District Administration or the State Government.