Gurugram: BPTP RWA Stops Essential Services, Residents Protest
On Thursday, the BPTP Park Life RWA had taken a decision to curtail all these services to the residents who have not paid Common area maintenance (CAM) charges and instructed the facility management to stop the entry of all vendors giving services to them, the residents alleged.
Gurgaon: endeavor the cold on Friday, residents of Sector 57’s Freedom Park Life Saturday down on a dharna and protested against the RWA of the society for stopping essential services, as well as entry of maids, vendors, newspapers among different key services.
Around 30 residents, as well as girls, youngsters, and adults, command posters and raise their voices against RWA alleging harassment.
On Thursday, the BPTP PARK LIFE had taken the choice to curtail these services to the residents WHO haven’t paid CAM ( common space maintenance) charges and tutored the ability management to prevent the entry of all vendors giving service to them, the residents alleged.
The Freedom Park Life complex comprises of 9 towers, of that 6 return below plot A, whereas 3 towers are below plot B, and each plot is divided by a revenue road. Around 570 families live within the society of that around a hundred and eighty families live in Plot B. Most of them pay the upkeep charges to the present Freedom Park Life flat homeowners Association (AOA)