Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Do not be disturbed if the voter list doesn’t contain your names, it’ll be done on the spot

There is still a chance to register a nomination in the electoral roll for the Lok Sabha elections. Up to 10 days before the last date of nomination, the applicants can apply for lodging of nomination. After the verification department has verified the applications, the voter will enter the list, who will get the right to cast votes in the elections.
In the Lok Sabha elections, no voter will be deprived of voting, for this, the process of filling of nomination on the voter’s list is still on the directions of the Election Commission. However, the final publication of the voter’s list has been done on 31st January 2019.

The Election Commission’s attempt is that no citizen who has completed the age of 18 years or more on January 1, 2019, will not be deprived of the franchise. If a person’s name is not registered in the voter’s list, he can apply till the last date of nomination, 10 days prior to March 25.

To enter the name, format-6 will be filled. At the same time, you can also call the 1950 toll-free number to find your name in the electoral rolls. The Chief Electoral Officer, Mrs Soujanya, says that as many applications are received till the due date, verification will be done and name will be filed in the voters’ list. Read more posts…

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