NEW DELHI: More than 75,000 homebuyers of Amrapali, Jaypee Infratech and Unitech in the National Capital Region are probably not going to be qualified for support from the Rs. 25,000 crore stress funds because of the different conditions put by the government under the plan, business players and homebuyers said.
“These three players probably won’t be acceptable; however the real estate is past these three. Regardless of whether we reject the activities under these three organizations, two lakh homebuyers will be profited,” said Gaurav Gupta, joint secretary of the NCR part of the Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association of India.
While around 35,000 clients of Amrapali plan to file an petition under the steady gaze of the Supreme Court to make them qualified for the financing, as indicated by a couple of them addressed, a few homebuyers at Jaypee and Unitech said they haven’t accepted an approach the subsequent stage. The finance ministry had explained that this fund would not be put resources into ventures which are confronting prosecution in the high courts and the Supreme Court. In the NCR region, houses costing more than Rs. 1.5 crore will likewise not be acceptable. “Our next hearing is on December 2 where we intend to demand the court to either coordinate the government or pass a request enabling our apartments to be eligible for the funding,” stated Abhishek Kumar, an Amrapali homebuyer.
The SC had de-enlisted Amrapali’s activities. According to the orders of the finance ministry, just those ventures that are enrolled with real estate regulatory administrative would be eligible for the subsidizing.