Dy. CM was in Gurugram on Sunday but didn’t care to visit the mishap site
Gurugram, Feb. 13 (Delhi Crown): Officials of Gurugram’s Department of Town and Country Planning (DTCP), and other govt. departments, if found guilty in sanctioning the map/plan of Chintels Paradiso and issuing the Occupancy Certificate, won’t be spared, said Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala in Gurugram on Sunday.
He added that a strict action will be taken against such officials.
Chautala was on a day-long visit to the city, but failed to visit the Chintels Paradiso housing society.
The Occupancy Certificate is a document that is issued at the construction’s end by a planning authority or local government agency.
“An inquiry has been instituted into the mishap. If any official is found guilty in sanctioning the construction map/plan of the housing society, or in issuing the Occupancy Certificate, he will not be spared,” said Chautala while addressing press persons at Manesar on Sunday morning.
Thereafter, the Deputy CM headed to Farrukhnagar and thereafter addressed a public meeting in Tikli Village, near Badshahpur. But he didn’t care to visit the residents of Chintels Paradiso housing society where a major mishap had taken place three days ago claiming two lives.
During his visit, a delegation of the “Dwarka Expressway Welfare Association (DXPWA)” submitted a demand letter for a detailed enquiry into the Chintels Paradiso mishap, and structural audits of all high-rise apartments in Sec 37 & Sectors 77 -115.
Referring to the Chintels Paradiso mishap, the Association’s letter stated – “It indicates that the Builder has compromised with structure stability by using improper quality and quantity of material. We request you to form an independent nodal agency to investigate the incident under the supervision of IIT Delhi. We also demand a fast-track investigation and strict action against those responsible for the incident.”
The letter also called for structure stabilitys test of all the housing societies situated in newly developed sectors, viz. Sector 37 and 77-111, where complaints have been made with the local authorities so that similar mishaps could be averted in future.
The Association also demanded due compensation to the residents of Chintels Paradiso who suffered a huge mental and physical loss due to the mishap.