Modi government pro-builders, not buyers, says Rahul Gandhi

PTI
Published May 2, 2015, 8:51 pm IST
Updated Mar 29, 2019, 7:34 am IST
Rahul said the BJP was trying to unregulate the real estate sector
AICC Vice President Rahul Gandhi with Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken and party leader Randeep Surjewala meeting with representatives of organizations of home/flat buyers in Delhi-NCR region, at AICC office in New Delhi (Photo: PTI)
 AICC Vice President Rahul Gandhi with Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken and party leader Randeep Surjewala meeting with representatives of organizations of home/flat buyers in Delhi-NCR region, at AICC office in New Delhi (Photo: PTI)

New Delhi: Firing yet another salvo at Narendra Modi government, Rahul Gandhi on Saturday claimed it had diluted provisions of Real Estate Regulatory Authority Bill making the legislation pro-builders from being pro-buyers.

After meeting several NCR flat buyers on Saturday, the Congress vice president, who has been attacking the Centre over land bill issue and the plight of farmers, said that he had learnt that it is not just farmers and tribals but also the middle class people that are "suppressed" on matters related to land.

 

Assuring homebuyers that he would stand by them, Gandhi said that it was due to lack of transparency, buyers were left in a quandary.

"They are told that you will get the flat on a particular day but for years they don’t get the flat. They are told the super area of the flat would be so much but what is delivered is different," he said.

He said that someone was promised that the flat will have a good view, but a few months after the flat was delivered, another building came up and the view was blocked.

He also said the government was trying to destroy the Bill which Congress led UPA had brought to regulate the real estate sector.

 

"Main dilution is that there was clear transparency. The carpet area that you sign is what would be given. They have diluted and from pro-buyer, made it pro-builder," he said.

Attacking the government, he said, "What it is doing against farmers and tribals, it is also doing against the middle class".

"I have assured them that the way I stand with farmers and tribals I stand with them also," he told reporters.

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