Madhav Kulkarni, the adjudicating officer, also directed the builder to pay Rs20,000 each to them as cost.
Altaf Hussain Sarguroh and his sister Rubina Ayaz Kazi had complained against builder Aibani Enterprise for failing to hand over their flats.
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