The National Capital Territory government says it has received nearly 400 calls from people worried about the attack on its new residential tower block.
The building, known as “Ranbaxy” in the new name, is being built in the National Capital Region and is one of the largest residential towers in the country.
The tower, which is due to open in March 2019, is expected to be the biggest in the region.
The government has been asked to respond to a growing number of calls about the tower and is now taking steps to ensure that residents are not scared of the new residential development, said NCCO spokesperson D.K. Srivastava.
“We have received over 400 calls since Monday.
The response has been swift and decisive.
The government is taking all necessary steps to protect the people and property,” he said.
According to the Department of Civil Aviation, the building will have a total of five floors.
The first floor is a lounge and a guest house.
The second floor is home to a rooftop terrace.
The third floor is the kitchen and a spa, while the fourth floor will be the communal lounge.
The fifth floor will include a rooftop pool and a swimming pool.