Singh is also likely to discuss the status of the ongoing investigation by a committee set up by the deputy commissioner.
The MP for Gurgaon will also hold talks on poor construction quality and safety of residents in high-rise residential buildings.
“There have been several complaints from families living in high-rise buildings alleging poor construction quality, including falling pieces of concrete and clogging basements,” he said.
He also said he would meet with relevant officials and discuss the construction flaws of the skyscrapers alleged by residents and find solutions to these problems.
A group of residents had met the Union Minister at his residence in Delhi and requested his intervention in the matter. Previously, Injderjit was prevented from traveling to Chintels Paradiso Tower D where the living rooms of five apartments collapsed vertically from the sixth to the second floor on February 10 after the district administration cited tensions and protests by residents of the society.
“I had reached Gurgaon from my residence in Delhi to meet them. It was then that the district administration officials informed me that a few people were trying to politicize the unfortunate incident and had gathered outside the gate of society. I decided to return at the request of the officials,” Inderjit said.