Accordingly the demolition of the four giant illegal apartment complexes in Maradu was a successful one considering that no major damages were reported in any of the nearby structures including bridges, houses and other buildings, but minister for local Self government Departments, AC Moideen, has assured that even minor damages to houses will be compensated.
minister AC Moideen said in thiruvananthapuram after the demolition of Golden Kayaloram the fourth apartment complex “It is also appreciable that the concerns of neighbourhood residents were taken into confidence and the team successfully implemented the supreme court order". Even though there were no major damages, the residents living near the razed twin towers of Alfa Serene apartments had raised complaints soon after the demolition that the window panes and roofing sheets above the houses were damaged during the demolition.
Moreover despite the nearby buildings having been safeguarded with insurance cover, there were apprehensions among the residents about compensation. Against this backdrop, minister AC Moideen’s assurance has come as a relief to the nearby residents whose houses suffered minor damages. Perhaps the four apartment complexes H2O Holy Faith, twin towers of Alfa Serene, Golden Kayaloram and Jain Coral Cove were razed down on saturday and sunday, based on the supreme court order for violating Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) norms.