Surpunch election voter list Ward wise
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Download Ward wise voter from this link http://sec.rajasthan.gov.in/SE_PDFDownload.aspxJAIPUR: The voters have a chance ahead of the assembly elections to get rid of errors in their voter identity cards. The district electoral officer is organizing ward-wise camps in the city so that people are able to get their names registered and also get errors in photo id cards corrected before voting. Civil Lines constituency electoral registration officer Mahaveer Singh said, "On Sunday, we organized a camp for ward 21, 22 and 23 at Kumawat senior secondary school in which 860 people got their voter cards on the same day after correcting errors in the cards." '; var randomNumber = Math.random(); var isIndia = (window.geoinfo && window.geoinfo.CountryCode === 'IN') && (window.location.href.indexOf('outsideindia') === -1 ); console.log(isIndia && randomNumber He said that people also submitted Form 6 to get their names added in the voters list. "More than 1,500 people submitted Form 6 on Sunday. The process is on to add their names in the voters list," he said. Moreover, the camp would continue in the school on Monday. In Adarsh Nagar constituency, 357 people applied for duplicate voters' card or voter card with correction. Electoral registration officer Arun Garg said that at the camps many people said they have their names in the voters list but they do not have the voter id card. He said that such applicants will get the voter id card.
SEC asks collectors to be
ready for panchayat elections
State Election Commissioner Nagi Reddy asked the district authorities to gear up and take adequate measures for the smooth conduct of the ensuing grama panchayat elections very soon.
With the grama panchayat elections round the corner, the State Election Commissioner had convened a preparedness meeting with the collectors of Karimnagar, Rajanna-Sircilla, Jagtial and Peddapalli districts here on Friday.
Speaking on the occasion, he said that the officials should prepare the voters’ list ward wise and identify the polling booths and take measures for providing the necessary facilities.
Instructing the district officials to appoint the polling officials well in advance, he asked them to conduct the training programmes for the conduct of grama panchayat elections smoothly.
He also directed them to take measures for the availability of adequate ballot boxes. He said that the ballot papers for the sarpanch elections would be printed in pink colour and for the ward member election it would be in white colour.
Stating that the grama panchayat elections would be held without any political affiliations, he informed the district returning authorities to allocate election symbols as per the stipulated norms. He also instructed them to print the ballot papers in the respective districts only with police security. Collector Sarfaraz Ahmad (Karimnagar), D. Krishna Bhaskar (Rajanna-Sircilla), S. Prabhakar Reddy (Peddapalli), Jagtial Joint Collector Rajesham, Assistant Collector Pravinya, DRO Ayesha Masrath, panchayat and police officials of all the four districts also participated.
Vijayawada: 23 lakh to vote in panchayat polls
Vijayawada: Following the Election Commission’s orders, voter lists for the gram panchayat elections were prepared taking help of the lists finalised for the Assembly polls, said district collector A.Md Imtiaz. He released the voter list prepared for the gram panchayat elections at his camp office here on Monday.
Addressing the media, the collector said that as many as 23, 41,337 voters would exercise their franchise in the gram panchayat elections in the district.
Of them, 11,56,141 are male and 11,85,060 are women voters, he added.
He said that as per the directions of the state election commission, ward-wise photo electoral rolls were prepared for all the 980 gram panchayats, including the newly-formed ones. There are 9,998 wards in four divisions in the district -- Machilipatnam, Gudiwada, Vijayawada and Nuzvid.
He informed that 979 gram panchayats are going to the polls except one, Chinapandraka of Krutivennu mandal. The term of office of the sarpanch of this gram panchayat will expire on July 31.