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A scheme of “Royal Life” was put up by a Vadodara builder on the outskirts of Jasingpura village in Waghodia taluka near Vadodara. Many customers booked flats in this scheme including Vadodara. But, even after the builder took the money and signed the documents, the flats were not given to the customers within the stipulated time. Consumers have also mandated RERA. However, flats were not provided by the builder family. Hence, a complaint has been filed against the builder’s family by two customers, including a former employee of a builder’s company in Vadodara, at the Waghodia police station. The Waghodia police have registered a case of fraud-treason against the builder family and are taking action.
According to the complaint registered at Waghodia police station, Hitesh Narendrabhai Shukla lives with his family at Tarsali B-202, Darshanam Plaza in the city. And works as a salesman (house selling) in Samriddhi Group. Earlier in 2017, he joined Sunil Asanadas Makhija’s (Rest. P-Sangath Bungalows, Sama-Savli Road, Vadodara) Makhija Infrastructure Pvt. A salesman (house selling job) was employed in the company.
Tempting to give more discounts
Sunil Makhija of Makhija Infrastructure Pvt Ltd launched a scheme of 120 flats, 136 duplexes and five-storey shops called “Royal Life” on the outskirts of Jasingpura village. At that time, Sunil Makhija, who was working there, enticed Hitesh Shukla to get a good discount and booked a flat in his scheme. Hitesh Shukla also booked a 2 BHK flat in the B tower of the scheme by paying Rs 12 lakh in the lure of good future profits.
Complained to RERA
After booking the flat, Hitesh Shukla took a home loan of Rs 12 lakh from Bank of Baroda and gave it to its then builder owner Sunil Makhija. And the document was filed in the sub-registrar’s office in Waghodia. But, the builder did not give the flat within the stipulated time. Hence they filed a complaint with RERA. RERA dated On 15-11-022 Sunil Makhija ordered the builder to pay the entire amount with interest at 9 percent per annum. But, the builder did not give the amount or the flat, finally they filed a complaint against the builder Sunil Asandas Makhija in Waghodia police station.
Complaint against former owner
Apart from this, Sanjaybhai Ashokbhai Satwani lives with his family in Junigadhi Kahar Mohalla of Vadodara. and deals in incense sticks. He met builder Sunil Asandas Makhija, Komalbehan Sunilbhai Makhija (both Res. P-16, Sangath Bungalows, Sama-Savli Road, Vadodara) and Deepak Asandas Makhija (Rest. C-14,) who started a site called “Royal Life” on the outskirts of Waghodia Jasingpura village. Hariyom Society, Warsia, Vadodara) has filed a complaint in Waghodia Police Station. The Waghodia police have registered a case of fraud-betrayal against the Makhija couple and their son and are taking action.
Incense burner was also trapped
Sanjaybhai Satwani has stated in the complaint lodged at the Waghodia police station that he had booked a flat number 407 in the B tower of the site for Rs 16 lakh in a site called “Royal Life” in the vicinity of Jasingpura village of Waghodia taluk. While booking the flat, Sunil Makhija, his wife Komalbehan Makhija and son Deepak Makhija asked to prepare the flat and give possession in ten months. Hence businessman Sanjaybhai took a loan and gave Rs 12,22,000 lakhs. And the remaining amount was paid at different times.
Asked to give flat in ten months
However, Sanjaybhai Satwani, who is not returning the flat or the money within the time limit, has lodged a complaint against Sunil Asandar Makhija, Komalbehan Asandas Makhija and Deepak Asandas Makhija at Waghodia police station. The police have registered a case of fraud-betrayal against the builder couple and their son and are taking action. It is to be noted that earlier also a complaint has been registered against this Makhija builder father and son in Waghodia police station. In which two more complaints have been added.