Under the ‘Services’ tab on the website, K-RERA has provided data on the projects that received time extension and projects that were rejected or revoked by the authority.
These sections were available for public view last year, but the
The forum, he said, has also suggested that the Authority should display the complaints received from the home-buyers. “RERA has reserved judgements of over 100 cases without pronouncing them. I have come across a case where the judgment was not pronounced for more than a year. This is now how the home-buyers should be treated by the regulatory body,” Shankar said.
Kishore Chandra, who was recently appointed as chairman of the authority, said he would look into the issues raised by home-buyers.
Developers or promoters not honouring the judgments or orders passed by K-RERA is one of the major issues concerning the home-buyers. While the regulatory body has a record of passing judgments on 2,921 cases, only 232 home-buyers benefited from the orders passed by the authority. So far, RERA has received nearly 6,000 complaints, majorly from home-buyers.