Bengaluru: Glitches in Kaveri software that is holding up property registrations intermittently across the State will be fixed by the end of December with a new software, Revenue Minister R. Ashoka said on Tuesday.
Stating that the software was overburdened currently, he told the Legislative Council that it was also being used by Departments of Revenue and Rural Development and Panchayat Raj among others.
The Minister said that property registration was hit due to old hardware, including UPS and battery. He added that the issue should have been ideally resolved in 2014. “We released Rs. 12 crore to replace the hardware. About 50% of the problem will be set right once the hardware is replaced,” he added.
Urban Development Minister Byrathi Basavaraj has announced that both Lansdowne Building and Devaraja Market will be demolished and reconstructed in its original style. He was replying to a question in the Council raised by MLC Sandesh Nagaraj.
“The Heritage Committee of Mysuru has already recommended demolition and the report is being examined in Bengaluru, he added. “The Committee will again look into the structures and a suitable decision would be taken,” he said.