Credai seeks judicial probe into Maradu issue; to approach President on behalf of flat owners
Thiruvananthapuram: The Kochi chapter of Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India (CREDAI) wants a judicial probe into the Maradu flat issue. Credai said that as the flat inmates have been paying the tax for the past 10 years, the construction was done legally and this will be brought to the notice of the Supreme Court.
The flats that were ordered to be demolished were built legally. Credai said they will approach the President of India on behalf of the flat inmates. Credai pointed out that even at the time of registration and at the time of paying taxes, the authorities have mentioned no violation of rules.
The state must apprise the court that the failures by the high level authorities resulted in this. As the place belongs to the second category of the Coastal Regulation Security Zone , the flats in Maradu were not built violating any rules, Credai said.
The state must also apprise the court of the setting up of a sub committee without the nod of the apex court and appointing the members of the technical committee. Credai was also concerned with the ongoing controversy in Maradu which has caused an uncertainty in the Kerala land dealings.