DLF — Danger to life and property due to dangerous construction next door, in the adjacent house
AnAnurag Narula on Jul 10, 2017
I was left with no other choice than to complaint online and i hope the authorities listen to my complaint now. I am writing as a resident of e-5/10, dlf phase i, arjun marg, gurgaon-122002. A new house is being constructed next to our house. Everyday there are pieces of rock, brick, mortar. Chuncks of cement falling from the construction inside our house, in the interior of the house both in the frontside and backsie. The rocks and brick and loads of dirt keeps falling throughout the day. It becomes dangerous to walk as the bricks and pieces of rock may come and hit on your head or eye and damage it permanently. Also the stones keep hitting our windows and it is just a matter of few days that one of our windows would be shattered, we come home in the evening only to find heaps of dirt and dust and stones piled up inside our house and even washed clothes left for drying are made dirty again. I have requested to the constructor and the caretaker to make appropriate arrangements and setup barriers for our safety atleast 10-12 times ove rthe past 1-2 months but they dont listen. I have even complained to dlf security people but they came just once, promised me they would stop the work if safety measures were not taken and that they would visit again but nothing happened. I have lost all hope as i believe now that the owner and constructor of the next door property must be a rich and powerful guy whois not afraid of authorities and maybe has contacts higher up so that he is least bothered. I am charged by dlf for cleanliness and safety but where is it? Why should i pay dlf then? Or are the dlf people waiting for my property to get damaged and my eye to get hit by a stone and then they will intervene. Please look at the photos below to see the pathetic state of affairs.
[Jul 10, 2017] DLF customer support has been notified about the posted complaint.
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