Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Real estate major Supertech's expressway project –Upcountry, which is almost ready for possession, has been cancelled by the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YIDA), on account of submission of forged papers, a news daily has reported.
As per a report in the Times of India, “two successive CEOs” of the YIDA have pointed that
Supertech had submitted the revised plan which was actually a forged letter while suggesting that an FIR should be lodged against the builder.
The case relates to a revision plan that the builder had submitted in 2011 showing an allotment letter passed by the office of “Secy to UP govt Alok Kumar” which gave permission to Supertech for building additional 15 acres of land.
The original plan was sanctioned in 2010 that allowed Supertech to build its Upcountry project spread over 100 acres in Yamuna expressway.
However, on later scrutiny and UP Joint Secy's confirmation, YIDA found that the revision plan letter was actually forged document.
Following this, YIDA cancelled Supertech's Upcountry project that has left hundreds of homebuyers high and dry.