New Delhi: In a stringent action, DDA has sealed five-star rated 65 flats of the Commonwealth Games village in the wake of violating the Floor Area Ratio (FAR) limit and arbitrary attitude of builder company, Emaar MGF.

The investigating agency has sealed all the flats of tower no. 5 and 15. The sealed flats are said to have violated Floor Area Ratio norm.

According to sources, after seizing the files related to the games village, CBI has tightened its grip over the builders and it is likely that a case may be registered in this connection.

Owing to some dispute going on with Emaar MGF, No Objection Certificate (NOC) was not given to the flats. DDA had earlier suggested the companies to demolish the increased FAR limit so that all the flats can be granted NOC.

But the builder company knocked the door of MCD Tribunal for resolving the issue. A few days ago, the Tribunal directed the DDA to sort out the problem.

On October 27, the Joint Director of the DDA (building) had held meeting with the executives of the company and passed an order of sealing 65 flats of Games Village.

When DDA officials started sealing of the flats, the executives of the company raised protest vehemently against the move. Despite the demand made by the officials, they did not give them keys of the flats of tower number 15, which finally led to the sealing of the flats.

JPN/Bureau