Maple Group Ready to Starts Refund of 1BHK Housing Scheme
Finally, a developer of Maharashtra Maple Group announced the refund of the registration of the candidates Aapla Ghar affordable housing scheme which was launched in Pune.
In this scheme, about 20,000 people have booked their apartments by paying Rs.1,200 entry fee was non-refundable. After facing the problem of fraud, Maple Group said the registration fee will be refunded by the online and offline.
In a statement, the Maple Group issued a statement to sincere apologies to the complainants for misleading them and for using the picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavi and the Minister of Girish Bapat guardian Pune in the advertising system.
The police of Maharashtra registered the case against the Maple Group to launch Fraud housing program, to deceive the public and abusing the name of Modi PM and CM of Maharashtra. The government has locked the account of the developer and he would not be allowed to land transactions.
According to the announcement, the housing scheme was part of the housing plan of the government. In addition, in the ad said the case could be funded through a plan of government and ensures to provide cheaper home loan for the urban poor.
On behalf of Maple Group, the Sachin Aggarwal said we extremely excuses to deceive the public and disadvantages of bad publicity. He also said that we will refund the registration fee from the applicants.