Noida (UP), 11 May | The bouncers who had thrown the bed out would put it back, ‘Gautam Buddh Nagar DM Suhas told a representative of real estate developer Mahagun Group on Tuesday that it was learned that he had formed a society for COVID. The isolation center was disrupted.
According to officials, the bouncers had allegedly removed beds from an isolation center, which were set up in a club house and a play school of Mahagun Modern Society in Sector 78, Noida.
The real estate group could not be immediately contacted for its response.
While reviewing the matter in a meeting on Zoom, IAS officers came out heavily on the real estate group for its high-stratigraphy and for issuing notice to the City Magistrate Uma Shankar under the provisions of National Disaster Management Act (NDMA) Asked for ) Belongs to.
The builder sent bouncers and got a bed from an isolation center, which was set in the society. You (city magistrate) send him a notice under the NDMA and ask him whether the very bouncers who throw the bed will put him back or ensure action against him, ‘Suhas told the participants of the online meeting, including representatives of the society.
‘Notice the problem and call him on the telephone. Tell him that you can be an older person, but you will not go scoot-free for such tasks. Explain it to him in clear Hindi and ask him to return the bed immediately, ‘he instructed the officers.
According to the order issued by the District Magistrate, the district administration later in the day occupied the ground floor of the Club House of Mahagun Modern, Manthan Playschool and Education Foundation till 30 June under the NDMA.
These parts will now be converted into L1 class facilities for COVID care, as stated.