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FONRWA – RWA body vows to push development in Noida

NOIDA: The newly-elected executive committee of the Federation of Noida Residents Welfare Association (FONRWA) held their first meeting on Monday afternoon in Sector 53, along with member RWAs. The issues discussed included security, law and order, cleanliness and strengthening of sector RWAs. The new committee was elected in the elections on Sunday.

“We have set the agenda for taking up issues of residents’ interest, including development work of the city. For that, we will be meeting CEO Rama Raman and will ask him to appoint a nodal officer, so that we can carry out our work in a systematic and accountable manner,” said Raghvendra Dubey, the newly-elected vice-president of FONRWA.

“Kiran S has been newly-appointed as the Noida SSP, and will take over soon. We’ll seek time with him immediately, to not only apprise him of the deteriorating law and order situation in the city, but also to discuss ways to combat it,” said Dubey.

source.. TOI

FONRWA – Noida residents’ body vows to take up cause

NOIDA: The RWA federation of Noida has urged residents to intimate them about inflated electricity bills they may have received, so that they can take it up with the power department.

“We’ve noticed that some residents are receiving inflated power bills. We request all our RWA members to ask residents of their sectors to be vigilant about this, and carefully note entries in their bills. If any undue charge is noticed, they can bring these to our notice. We shall take up the said bill with the official concerned in the power department and get it rectified,” said N P Singh, president, Federation of Noida Residents Welfare Associations (FONRWA).

According to A N Dhawan, FONRWA’s secretary general, the move comes after several residents complained to their respective RWAs about inflated power bills. The federation has offered harassed residents, who are unable to get their inflated bills corrected on their own, the option to approach the FONRWA office in Sector 52 and submit the bills to them. The federation will then take it up before the power department.

Traders of Sector 18 have complained many among them have received power bills as high as Rs 4 crore for September. According to S K Jain, president of the Sector 18 market association, “The entire power department billing system has failed.”

In September, Singh had met the PVVNL superintending engineer Mukul Singhal regarding the inflated bills, and demanded that billing be done on actual consumption and not on sanctioned load. Putting training linemen and making them accountable, promoting use of solar energy by using LED lamps across the city, etc, were other requests. At the time, Singhal had assured consumers could simply send the department their account id on phone, and they would get the bill amount corrected in the next month’s cycle. But consumers are running out of patience.

Source TOI