Deputy City Planner Krishna Mohan visited Deputy Commissioner Ravi Kumar of the GHMC Rajendranagar on Wednesday to extend Dussehra greetings.
Complaints have been arising as names are being left off voter lists. The voter service portal has been experiencing technical glitches, causing frustration for applicants. Residents are struggling and having to visit online centers repeatedly in order to enroll.
However, the Deputy Commissioner has assured that the website issues will be promptly resolved. The voter service portal has been overwhelmed with 500-900 daily applications, leading to delays. Officials are working on clearing pending applications to ensure a smoother process.
In bordering areas of Hyderabad and Rangareddy districts, online centers are crowded with applicants as the deadline for seeking inclusion in the voters’ list approaches. Many complaints have been made, particularly in Rajendranagar, about missing names on the voter lists. Additionally, the voter service portal has been out of service, much to the disappointment of voters. It is unclear whether the issue is due to high traffic or technical glitches.
Residents have expressed frustration with the difficulty of enrolling in the voter list. The voter service portal is not functioning, causing delays in name inclusion. The Deputy Commissioner of GHMC Rajendranagar, Ravi Kumar, has stated that the issue will be resolved on a priority basis. He has instructed officials to speed up the process of clearing pending applications through the voter service portal. The website has been receiving 500-900 applications daily, causing it to become overwhelmed. However, efforts are being made to avoid inconvenience for applicants.