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Onyx Construction Company fails of promises

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Onyx Construction Company fails of promises

Some customers of the Onyx Construction Company have reported complaints against the company for its delayed construction projects. 

They say that the construction of residential buildings that belongs to Onyx Construction Company have either stopped or the work is going on very slowly.

 
Bkhtawar Palace, Azizi Center, Azizi Star, Azizi Plaza , Rahmat Plaza are the  residential and commercial buildings in Kabul that belong to the Onyx Contraction Company

In addition, there are also complaints that the completed buildings, apartments and shops have not been distributed to customers.

One of Onyx customers said “almost two years ago I paid the money for two apartments in Bakhtawar palace but still the apartments are not given to us. I have visited the Onyx Office several times but they have nothing to say.” 

“It is mentioned in the contract if they do not give us the apartments on mentioned time, the company will pay 1 percent fine from the whole price.”

Another customer said “Construction Companies begun contraction works but stop mid-way after it is discovered that they are not permitted. If they do not have legal documents from the government, why does the government allow them to start construction works?  It is obvious that they start working by giving bribes or abusing government force.”

According to Mawlawi Irfan,  President of Economic Commission of National Assembly, the representatives of Onyx Construction Company were summoned to a meeting but they were not ready to come. He added “it would be the last chance for them to come and answer to our questions, because the people are complaining and we will be held responsible to answer them. The case will be transferred to the legal organizations, should Onyx reuses to come forward.  



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