Noida Residents Plan Contesting Lok Sabha Elections Amidst Dissatisfaction Over Local Issue

Concerned apartment owners are convening meetings to discuss the feasibility of participating in the electoral process. Dipankar Kumar, a flat owner and member of the New Era Flat Owners Welfare Association (Nefowa), expressed frustration over the lack of essential services like public transportation, schools, hospitals, and other amenities.
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Noida: Amidst growing negligence over various local issues, residents of apartments and homebuyers in Noida are exploring the possibility of entering the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. Many residents in Noida, Greater Noida, and Greater Noida West are dissatisfied with the current local leaders.
Concerned apartment owners are convening meetings to discuss the feasibility of participating in the electoral process. Dipankar Kumar, a flat owner and member of the New Era Flat Owners Welfare Association (Nefowa), expressed frustration over the lack of essential services like public transportation, schools, hospitals, and other amenities.
Abhishek Kumar, president of Nefowa, highlighted the pressing need for basic facilities in areas with high-rise apartments, emphasizing the residents' right to essential services. He stressed the importance of holding local builders accountable for providing necessary property documents to homebuyers, as per a report by India Today.
Residents are actively engaging in discussions to strategise and ensure their voices are heard. They are preparing for what they anticipate will be a challenging battle to bring about change in their communities.
Notably, there is strong opposition among local residents to the candidacy of Mahesh Sharma from BJP's side for the Gautam Buddh Nagar Lok Sabha seat. Some societies have even put up posters declaring "no registry, no vote" to express their dissatisfaction with the current leadership.
Manish Kumar, a resident and civil rights activist of Greater Noida West, remarked on the residents' efforts to explore the possibility of providing an alternative option in the elections.
In the 2019 elections, Mahesh Sharma secured victory over Bahujan Samaj Party's Satveer Nagar by a significant margin of 3,36,922 votes.
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