Hyderabad: For the third time in a month, the tons pointed out online carrier competencies of the State Transport Department got here underneath a cloud, with ‘server problems’ once more throwing a spanner inside the works.
After reporting a similar problem in late April and alternatively, on May 6, all of the 56 online services of the Regional Transport Authority (RTA) went offline across all of the 74 RTA workplaces in the State on Monday.
If it was a ‘technical glitch’ and a ‘brief circuit’ that had been named the villains on the previous events, this time it changed into a ‘hardware trouble’ inside the principal server at the RTA’s head workplace in Khairatabad.
The result was the same as on the two preceding activities. Thousands of humans, who had booked slots and paid person charges for purchasing their work, ranging from getting a learner’s license to a vehicle’s fitness certificates, done online, misplaced each cash and precious time and had to go back home, with officers asking them to return once more on Tuesday. Mohammed Amjed Ali, who got here from Yakutpura to renew his license to Khairatabad, said that there was no point in online services if hundreds of candidates couldn’t avail any assistance. “When the department is gathering heaps of rupees as personnel costs, why should we go through for a technical hassle within the server?” he fumed.
Being the first day of the week, almost all the eleven RTA places of work within the city, mainly at Khairatabad, Kukatpally, Nagole, and Trimulgherry, witnessed the general public in huge numbers, a lot of them getting annoyed and venting their anger at RTA constables. A girl who came for the termination of automobile hypothecation at Khairatabad said she had taken leave from paintings to be in the RTA office on time for the slot booked. I booked the place a few days again and took depart today to come back here. And I’m advised the online services are closed down,” she lamented. RTA officials in all offices have asked the candidates to return on Tuesday, assuring them that the server would be rectified straight away.