According to some members of the Krrish Brahma Buyers’ Association, the project was launched in 2010 and comprises around 466 plots, many of which were allotted to them the same year. The project has been jointly developed by Krrish Realtech Pvt Ltd (KRPL) and Brahma City Pvt Ltd (BCPL), they said.
The association alleged that the developers have sold the same plots to multiple buyers and now sold the land to another developer without their consent. Members alleged that the developers are asking them to accept a floor of 150 square yards in lieu of their 400-500 square yard plots.
TOI approached KRPL director Amit Katyal for a comment but got no response. Meanwhile, a BCPL spokesperson said, “BCPL is a separate and distinct legal entity. The complainants appear to be allottees of KRPL and therefore, BCPL is not responsible for any acts or omissions committed by KRPL.”
He further added, “BCPL was developing an integrated township, Brahma City, in sectors 60 to 63 and 65. Brahma City was split into two parts — Brahma’s allocation is being developed as Brahma City by BCPL, and Krrish’s allocation is being developed as Krrish World by KRPL.”
Akshya Bhatia, a buyer, said they have been making the rounds of different offices for the past several years to no avail. “We invested all of our savings and after 11 years, the developers are denying us our plots. We had bought 400-500 square yard plots and now they are offering us a builder floor of 150 square yards,” Bhatia said.
The buyers alleged the developers approached National Company Law Tribunal and entered into a deal with another realtor to hand over the entire project for developing builder floors without the buyers’ consent. “The developer has not taken our consent before entering into an agreement with a third party. We had bought a plot and the developer should deliver it,” said D D Singla, another buyer.
“We have approached all government authorities, but no action has been taken. They are either helpless against the builders or are hand-in-glove with them,” added Naresh Garg, who also invested in the project.