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De­vel­op­ers or­gan­ise peace march to protest against sui­cide by Credai mem­ber

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Cr e d a i We s t e r n U P or­gan­ised a peace march as a mark of sol­i­dar­ity with Su­raj Par­mar, pres­i­dent of Thane chap­ter of Ma­ha­rash­tra Cham­ber of Hous­ing I ndus­try ( CredaiMCHI) who ended his l i f e this week. He is said to have al­leged in his sui­cide note that he had been fac­ing “ha­rass­ment” by var­i­ous gov­ern­ment de­part­ments and was tired of re­peated de­mands for bribes. More than 100 de­vel­op­ers par­tic­i­pated in the protest march and handed over a mem­o­ran- dum to Ki­ran S, SSP Noida; NP Singh, DM Noida; Rama Ra­man, chair man Gau­tam Budh Na­gar and UP chief min­is­ter Akhilesh Ya­dav.

“It is very shock­ing to know that a cruel and in­ept sys­tem took the life of a renowned realty icon. He paid the cost by giv­ing up his l ife for an in­ef­fi­cient and cor­rupt sys­tem. Credai and its mem­bers closed their of­fices to protest against the wide­spread cor­rupt prac­tices in the sys­tem. Our protest march is a plea to the gov­ern­ment that they cre­ate an en­vi­ron­ment of trust and co­op­er­a­tion. We hope that this kind of in­ci­dent would never ever oc­cur again and that gov­ern­ment will take strict ac­tions to over­come the weak­nesses of our sys­tem,” says Manoj Gaur, pres­i­dent Credai NCR.

The de­vel­op­ers’ march was held at Credai Wester n UP of­fice lo­cated in Noida Sec 63.

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