I suppose you are talking about Mantri Royale, on Kankpura Road, Bangalore involving Sunil Mantri, his other project Mantri Premero on Sarjapur Road is also in the dock, as a result the land owner who had entered into a Joint development agreement has along with other buyers filed a similar intervening application and is in the process of submitting a plan to complete the construction as directed by the Honourable High Court, Mumbai.
In the interim many buyers had approached the Consumer court seeking delay compensation for their respective flats, I understand that many buyers in your project had filed similar cases against Sunil Mantri. Many of the cases have been disposed off.
in any case coming to your important question, since you have availed of a housing loan, you are duty bound to pay the EMI's as agreed by you. If you fail to do so, the bank can take possession of your flat, attach it and sell it and recover the balance money.
You will have to approach the bank explain the impending circumstances pertaining to the project, the ongoing Company Petitions against Sunil Mantri and deligently seek relaxation to pay the EMI's until the court gives its verdict.
No court will interfere in this unless either of the parties have approached it for dispute resolution.