FPCE demands MoHUA guidelines for “ready-to-move-in” real estate regime

Hyderabad, Team TT -

The Forum for People’s Collective Efforts (FPCE), earlier known as “Fight for RERA”, which was at the forefront of the movement for enacting RERA, has urged the Minister of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA), to facilitate a painless and gradual transition of ownership rights from developers/builders to homeowners.

For this it is necessary that the MoHUA formulate guidelines to set in place the mechanism for a “ready-to-move-in” system to enable an easy and gradual transition for both developers and homebuyers devoid of malpractices and to reduce litigation in the sector, a FPCE release said.

Passing a resolution to this effect at a meet recently in Ghaziabad, the FPCE further demanded that the MoHUA should ensure that homebuyers get the end benefits for orders by respective RERA within 90 days of their being passed.

For this the Ministry should persuade respective state governments to formulate a mechanism in consultation with the RERA authorities and revenue officials to make this happen, the meeting held.

In a mark of recognition of the effort and perseverance of homebuyers in their struggle against unscrupulous real estate developers, the FPCE felicitated a few homebuyers from different parts of the country at the event.

The chief guest at the event, Lt Gen S K Bahri (PVSM), said the initiatives taken up by FPCE will surely embolden homebuyers and give them much needed moral support in their struggle against unscrupulous developers.

Further the FPCE president Mr Shri Abhay Upadhyay reiterated the demand to declare 10th March as Homebuyer’s Day to strengthen the movement while the Collective will continue to be an alert watch dog to ensure that RERA is implemented in letter and spirit.

Col T P Tyagi (VeerChakra), Vice President, FPCE said homebuyers are facing difficulties in  execution of orders of RERA Authorities and FPCE will follow up with MoHUA to ensure that effective steps are taken with regard the resolution passed in today’s meet.

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