The organization that challenged the West Bengal The government’s own version of the real estate law has written to the Housing Ministry to address the problem, citing that complaints from home buyers in the state have not been heard since May 5.
In a letter addressed to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Affairs of the Union, the Forum of Collective Efforts of the Peoples (FPCE) has said that the delay in implementing RERA in West Bengal is causing immense difficulties for home buyers and people are unable to file new complaints as well.
“It was imperative that the West Bengal government take the immediate necessary steps to implement the Supreme Court decision and constitute the regulatory authority, the appeals court and the adjudicating officer and also to establish subordinate rules and host a platform for detailed information. of the project / agent under Act, in letter and spirit, as envisaged in RERA, ”said Abhay Upadhyay, president of FPCE in the letter.
FPCE, formerly known as Fight for RERA, played a key role in increasing demand for the enactment of RERA.
Upadhyay has highlighted how the WB-HIRA online hearings that were scheduled for May 6 and 7 and beyond have also been postponed until a new order is issued. “Such indefinite postponement is causing immense hardship for home buyers as justice is delayed and those considering filing new cases have nowhere to go. Limbo has created a vacuum of any kind of redress mechanism for home buyers in West Bengal, ”the letter said.