Residents of Panchsheel Wellington Apartment struggling with basic facilities


Ghaziabad: “On October 21, I was sitting on my bed and working on my laptop and suddenly a big piece of plaster from the ceiling fell on me. Luckily, I didn’t have any serious injuries, but my room was messy and I had a few exterior scratches,” says Priyanka, a 26-year-old resident of the society.

The incidents happened at Panchsheel Wellington Apartment, Crossing Republik, Ghaziabad.

“The situation in our society is getting worse day by day, people have been dealing with this issue for a very long time,” said Sandeep Nigam, AOA General Secretary of Panchsheel Wellington Apartment. Residents of the society have expressed their concerns about the current situation of the society. Residents of society have faced these problems for a very long time. The main concern of the residents is the maintenance of the apartments, plaster falls from the ceiling, railings, exterior and interior walls of the housing company. Also, the elevators don’t work properly.

Said Priyanka, “I filed a complaint with the maintenance department, they first ignored me, did not pay attention to what I experienced, then I called all the senior members of the company. ‘authority i made videos and sent them to society groups then maintenance authority came and said they will fix the damaged part but that too took a long time they demolished almost 85-90% of the roof and then fixed it. They delayed the process and it took them almost a month and a half to fix just one ceiling in my bedroom.” This was not the first incident of plaster falling off the walls, many such issues can be seen on the balcony and outside area of ​​the apartments.

“A few days ago there was an incident when the elevator fell from the 22nd to the 18th floor with 4 to 5 residents present in the elevator itself and they were all horrified by the incident,” said added Sandeep.
These incidents are becoming common in the society and the residents have been continuously suffering from this problem for a very long time. Complaints have also been filed by the residents of the company with the Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA), but no such action has yet been taken. “Complaints have been lodged and sent to GDA, requesting a third-party audit of the towers and elevators. The association of apartment owners was created for the company, but the builders do not let us work properly,” explains Sandeep. The company struggles with maintenance support.


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