Demolish Noida Supertech Towers with the next 14 days ( 2 weeks) Supreme Court of India ordered today. The Supreme Court on Monday directed the demolition of twin 40-storied Supertech Emerald Court in Noida within two weeks.
India’s highest court ordered the Noida CEO to convene a meeting of all agencies concerned within 72 hours to finalise the schedule for the demolition of twin towers.
“The CEO Noida shall take all necessary steps for observing directions of this court, work of demolition shall commence no later than two weeks from this order,” the bench comprising Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant ordered.
Noida Super Tech Towers will come crashing down in 2 weeks
On January 12, the top court pulled up the builder for not complying with its orders to demolish the twin SuperTech 40-story towers in sector 93 of Noida and warned that its directors will be sent to jail for “playing truant with the court”.
On August 31 last year, the top court had ordered the demolition of Supertech Ltd’s twin 40-story towers under construction within three months for violation of building norms in “collusion with Noida officials”, holding that illegal construction has to be dealt with strictly to ensure compliance with the rule of law.
It had directed that the entire amount of home buyers be refunded with 12 per cent interest from the time of the booking and the RWA of Emerald Court project be paid ₹2 crore for the harassment caused due to the construction of the twin towers, which would have blocked sunlight and fresh air to the existing residents of the housing project.