Telangana: Server breakdown hits property registrations
Malfunctioning of the servers that were shifted in a hurry on Monday soon after the High Court permitted the state government to demolish the old secretariat building resulted in a loss of over Rs 5 crore
Hyderabad: Malfunctioning of the servers that were shifted in a hurry on Monday soon after the High Court permitted the state government to demolish the old secretariat building resulted in a loss of over Rs 5 crore. All services in the sub-registrar's offices were suspended till Thursday.
According to official sources, the servers developed technical glitches which affected the functioning of the State Stamps and Registration department leading to the closure of nearly 141 sub-registrars offices in Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy districts for a few hours on Tuesday.
Officials said the technical team began dismantling the servers from the old secretariat soon after the High Court gave nod to the demolition of existing secretariat on Monday. During the shifting process, internet connection with the main server was disconnected.
As no network was there, the registrar offices could not get access to the documents like mainly Encumbrance Certificates (ECs) and Completion Certificates (CC) in the registration process. Officials said that the network between main server and the registrar offices will be installed in a day or two. All services and operations will be resumed by Thursday. The officials of all sub registrar offices have been asked to stop issuing the documents until the internet service system was restored.