The Whispering Towers Flat Owners Welfare Association, in a letter to the Prime Minister on September 1, asked him to intervene in the matter. He said that more than 450 families paid about 350 crore rupees to HDIL, but the project has been stuck for the last nine years.\

A group of home buyers of realty company HDIL, involved in the Mumbai PMC Bank scam, has appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to intervene in the case. The Whispering Towers Flat Owners Welfare Association, in a letter to the Prime Minister on September 1, asked him to intervene in the matter. He said that more than 450 families paid about 350 crore rupees to HDIL, but the project has been stuck for the last nine years.

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said, ‘The project was introduced in 2010 and since then booking started but only 18 floors of 46 floor tower were ready in last nine years Happened. The second phase of work has not started.

Shyam Chittari, a member of the association, has posted this letter on Twitter. The association also expressed apprehensions of some other projects like Majestic Tower in Nahur and Paradise City in Palghar.

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