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Hurry up Delhi, Gurugram! April 12 is the last day to register in the Electoral roll

Hurry up Delhi, Gurugram! April 12 is the last day to register in the Electoral roll

All eligible voters in Gurugram and Delhi, who are 18 years or above, can register themselves as voters by 3:00 pm, April 12, forms submitted after that won’t be considered.

According to the state election commission, an applicant can fill Form 6 – online or offline – to get registered as a voter.

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The state poll body has also launched a helpline number – 1950 – on which citizens can get election-related information and can verify their names in the Electoral Roll.
If your name is not in the Electoral Roll you can apply at www.nsvp.in or through Voter Helpline App on an Android mobile.

Can you vote?

  • Are you an Indian citizen?
  • Are you 18 years or above?
  • Are you a resident of a polling area of the Constituency?
  • Do you have a valid voter identification card issued by the Election Commission of India?

If your answers are yes, then you are eligible to vote.

How to check if your name is on voter list

  • Go to the National Voter Services Portal’s (NVSP) Electoral Search page.
  • Here you can search for your name on the voter list by two methods — manually entering all of your details or simply by entering your Electoral Photo ID Card (EPIC) number. The EPIC number is mentioned in bold letters on your voter identity card.

According to Haryana Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Rajeev Ranjan, the EC has launched ‘PwD mobile app’ to provide maximum facilities to disabled voters.

Through this app, the disabled voters would be provided the facility of vehicle from their residence to polling station besides ensuring facilities of ramp, drinking water, lights, wheelchair and ballot paper/braille voter slip.

According to the directions issued by the Election Commission of India, all political parties must ensure that loudspeakers are not used from 10 pm to 6 am during the night.

“All political parties must ensure that no poster, slogan, banner or flag is hoisted or painted on a private property. Those violating this rule will face action under section 425, 426, 247 and 433 of the IPC,” the statement read.

With over two million voters expected to cast their votes, Gurugram is the biggest of the 10 Lok Sabha seats of Haryana, while Delhi has 7 Lok Sabha constituencies.

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