In a climbdown, residents of Campa Cola compound, who have been resisting authorities since Friday, on Sunday agreed to allow municipal officials to enter the premises on Monday and disconnect electricity, water and gas pipeline connections to illegal flats. The decision was announced by the residents of the housing complex in plush Worli area of South Mumbai after a meeting with Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan who asked them to comply with the law and assured their proposal of 67,000 sq ft permissible floor space index would be positively considered. “We are tired of all this, can’t do this anymore. We will explore all legal solutions. We were all fighting to save our homes. It was not a mistake. We will comply with Supreme Court order… We will open our gates for the BMC to execute their duties,” said Ashish Jalan, a resident of the complex.