Noida, Dec 5: Noida’s Emerald Court society, where the now-demolished twin towers were located, has issued notices to bachelor tenants to vacate premises, citing violation of its rules.
The residential body of the posh society in Sector 93A said they had been getting complaints from other residents because of which notices have been issued to those living as paying guests (PGs).
“This is not a new rule. It’s an old rule of the society mentioned in the notice. Some people in the society violated that rule to operate PGs and we were getting complaints related to administration of the society by other residents,” Uday Bhan Singh Teotia, president of Emerald Court residents’ association told PTI.
“This notice is to check the violation of the society rule. We have not asked anyone to vacate overnight but given due time of two to three months. The notice was issued in November,” Teotia said.
He said some cases have come to the fore in which rent agreement of an apartment is made in the name of one person but that flat is further sub-let to five, six, or even seven girls.
“All this cannot be allowed,” added Teotia, who had spearheaded the residents’ fight against developer Supertech Ltd which led to the Supreme Court ordering demolition of the twin towers built illegally in the society’s premises.
According to local tenants, bachelors often face problems finding apartments or independent house on rent in the city adjoining the national capital.
“People outright deny giving their apartment to bachelors on rent. This often leaves bachelors with the only option to go through brokers, who charge a lot of money,” said Kala Trivedi (26), who earlier lived in a society in Noida Sector 46 but has now moved to South Delhi.
“We were two girls living in the apartment and at the time of vacating it, my landlord told us that he will never rent it out to unmarried women. All this even when there was no damage to his property or any complaint about us from other residents in the society,” the engineering professional claimed.
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Lucknow, Dec 8: A court here has framed charges against jailed Kerala based journalist Siddique Kappan and six other people in a Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) case. Special Judge of Enforcement Directorate (ED) matters Sanjay Shankar Pandey asked the federal agency to produce its witnesses before the court on December 17.
Besides Kappen, the other accused in the case are KA Rauf Sherif, Atikur Rahman, Masud Ahmad, Mohammad Alam, Abdul Razzak and Ashraf Khadir. The ED had booked Kappan in the PMLA case for allegedly obtaining money from a foreign country illegally and utilising it in acts against the interest of the nation.
Kappan was arrested along with three others on October 6, 2020 while they were on their way to Hathras in Uttar Pradesh to report on the alleged gang rape and killing of a 19-year-old woman. He has been in jail since then.
Police had initially booked the journalist for offences under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). Subsequently, the ED also lodged a case against him under the anti-money laundering law.
The central agency has charged Kappan, Rahman, Ahmed and Alam of receiving money from the now-banned Popular Front of India to “incite riots”.
Rahman is the national treasurer of the Campus Front of India, a student body of the PFI. Ahmed is the general secretary of the Campus Front of India’s Delhi unit, while Alam is a member of the outfit as well as the PFI.
Sherif, the national general secretary of the Campus Front of India, had funded their trip to Hathras, the Enforcement Directorate has claimed.
Gurugram: A police complaint was filed against an elderly woman here after a video purportedly showing her beating a female security guard of her housing society surfaced on social media, police said on Thursday.
Bengaluru: The Karnataka Cabinet on Thursday gave its nod to offer government jobs to those sportspersons who win medal in the international tournaments.
New Delhi: A highly decomposed body of an unidentified woman was recovered from a suitcase which was lying in a drain in West Delhi’s Punjabi Bagh area, police said on Thursday.
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