17 -year -old youth will be able to apply for voter ID: Three times a year, you will get a chance, first had to wait for 18 years to be completed

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17 -year -old youth will be able to apply for voter ID: Three times a year, you will get a chance, first had to wait for 18 years to be completed
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10:59 AM July 28, 2022
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Now the youth will not have to wait for the completion of 18 years of age to register their names in the voter list. Youngsters will be able to apply in advance for voter card if you are 17+. Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar and Election Commissioner Anoop Chandra Pandey have given instructions in this regard by the concerned officials in all the states. The convenient of the application has been applied to the youth to add names to the voter list after completion of 18 years of age. Had to wait for January 1. At the same time, as soon as more than 17 years, they will be able to apply thrice a year on 1 April, 1 July and 1 October. According to the new instructions, the voter list will be updated every quarter. At the same time, the name of the eligible youth will be added to the voter list in the next year's quarter. Aayog said that the youth will be given an election photo identity card on registration. At present, the amendment is being made for the voter list 2023. Preparation to link the Whatver list to Aadhaar, the Election Commission has started an exercise to link the voter list to Aadhaar. For this, a campaign will be carried out from 1 August to 31 December. The Aadhaar number of every name included in the voter list in the campaign will be linked to Aadhaar. The advantage of linking the voter list to Aadhaar is that there will be no duplicate name in the list. At the same time, voters who do not have an Aadhaar number will have to give an affidavit. Booth level officials will go door-to-door to get the Aadhaar number of the voters. Within a week of taking Aadhaar number, the officers will have to link the Aadhaar card number with the name of the voter. Apart from this, voters will also be able to give Aadhaar card number online. Let us know that the government is insisting on linking the voter card to Aadhaar, while the opposition is opposing it. The opposition alleges that the government will violate the right to privacy rights from it. Read full news ... copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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