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5 Towers At Chintels Paradiso Complex In Gurugram Found ‘Unsafe’, To Be Demolished Soon

The order came in response to an e-mail sent by the builder to the deputy commissioner seeking immediate evacuation of these towers for demolition.

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5 Towers At Chintels Paradiso Complex In Gurugram Found 'Unsafe', To Be Demolished Soon

Gurugram: The Gurugram district administration has issued an order to demolish five towers in the district after these buildings were declared unsafe for habitation at the Chintels Paradiso complex in Gurugram’s Sector 109. The demolition order which was issued on Monday by Gurugram Deputy Commissioner Nishant Kumar Yadav, said that the permission was given to demolish D, E, F, G and H towers of the residential society, the official added.

The order came in response to an e-mail sent by the builder to the deputy commissioner seeking immediate evacuation of these towers for demolition.

These towers were declared unsafe for habitation on the basis of audit reports submitted by an IIT Delhi team to the administration.

Six floors of Tower D of Chintels Paradiso society had collapsed partially on February 10, 2022, leading to the death of two women residents. Since then, the site has been a matter of dispute between the builder and residents.

“Permission is allowed for demolition of towers D, E, F, G & H of Group Housing Society namely M/s Chintel Paradiso Pvt Ltd, Sector-109, Gurugram, subjected to the compliances of policy/guidelines of the concerned departments,” the order said.

Yadav, in response to the builder’s e-mail, said the matter was discussed by a committee headed by Additional Deputy Commissioner Hitesh Kumar Meena and representatives of departments concerned.

“It is pertinent to mention here that this permission does not provide immunity from any other applicable state/central law/act/policy related to the subjected work. Further, in case of any lapse/mishappening/carelessness at site, you will be solely responsible and relevant action will be taken accordingly. Further, you will submit the fortnightly report along with compliances to the concerned,” the order stated.

(With inputs from PTI)




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