Resident shouts at apartment association harassment
Banuprakash bought a two-bedroom apartment at Bharathi Towers Apartment for Rs 40 lakh in 2011.
He alleged that all these years, even after paying the maintenance fees diligently, the members of the association would have lingered with his request to produce the breakdown of the maintenance money spent.
Naidu stopped paying the monthly maintenance of Rs 2,500 since December 2019 and for two years he continued to request the transparent accounts from the association
In January 2022, he and his family traveled to
“I came back on January 9 when my wife and I tested positive for covid and had to be quarantined at home until January 1,” Naidu told BM.
On February 1, members of the association closed the valve, cutting off the water connection to her apartment.
Prakash approached the
However, when members of the association were summoned to the police station, they told the cops that all residents except Naidu were paying maintenance fees.
In total, Naidu had to pay Rs 60,200 which were arrears of alimony to be paid to the association.
Although Naidu explained that he was short of money as his mother had recently undergone eye surgery, the police counseled him and asked him to pay the money for the water connection to be restored.
When Naidu refused, the cops asked the members of the association to take the case to civil court.
Naidu also alleged that the members of the association also locked the common terrace because the water connection valve is installed there.
Naidu then arranged the money and paid the dues to restore his water connection.