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‘Goa city’ in Patna a fraud, promoters get RERA notice

02:22 AM Feb 27, 2021 | Law Kumar Mishra

Patna

The foundation of the proposed Goa City was to be laid here on Saturday in presence of deputy chief minister Renu Devi, half a dozen ministers, MPs and Bhojpuri film stars. However, the Real Estates Regulatory Authority found the entire project to be a fraud and cautioned people against investing in it.

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The promoets -- Pallavi Raj Constructions -- had issued full front-page advertisements in the Patna dailies promising "sea beaches" in the colony. They also quoted the RERA approval number which was found to be another fraud.

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RERA on Friday approached the senior SP of Patna and officer-in-charge of Rupaspur police station to initiate legal action against the promoters and ensure innocent people were not cheated by them.

According to RB Sinha, a member of RERA, promoters violated the provisions of section 3 of the Real Estates Act. The Pallavi Raj Constructions is not registered with RERA. "Company falsely claimed approval by RERA," Sinha said.

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