Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Forms are being accepted in camps set up around the state, particularly at ward offices of local authorities. The Ladli Behna Yojana form-filling procedure was delayed on Saturday since the server was still offline.
In camps set up around the state, particularly at the ward offices of local authorities, forms are being accepted. However, until Saturday afternoon, neither online forms nor e-KYC procedures could be completed. At ward offices in Bhopal, camps were organized.
According to KVS Chaudhary, the municipal commissioner of Bhopal, the state’s server did not function because a lot of women crowded into camps and ward offices, causing issues. In Bhopal, ward offices allow women to file both offline and online.
By 9.30 am, camps began at every village and ward office in the Bhopal district, where huge lines of women could be observed. The computer had to start first, so they had to wait. At around 1:30 pm, the server launched. The program was held in Zone-12’s office complex next to Subhash Nagar Bridge. The Anganwadi worker completed the forms offline as a result of the server being unavailable. Due to a server outage, several ladies returned here. Women were also observed in long lines at Janta Quarters and Gautam Nagar.
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