My Name In Voter List


Voters can Either search Their Name Online in the list or directly download the constituency wise Pdf Voter List. You are eligible to vote only if you name exists in the list. If you have recently applied for new voter card, you should also check the list to Find out if you name has been included in the list or not. Search my Name in Voter List. Search Name Draft Roll - 2019; Teachers & Graduates Electoral Roll - 2018. Office of the Chief Electoral Officer, Karnataka All.

My Name In Voter List

It was disappointment for several voters who came out to vote in the first Assembly Elections in India’s youngest state of Telangana when they found their names absent from the voter list. The state, which has an electorate of over 2.80 crore, is witnessing 1821 candidates battle it out for 119 Assembly seats. Apart from the issue of faulty EVMs which delayed voting by up to two hours in several polling stations in Telangana, hundreds of voters found that their names were not on the voter list. These included ace shuttler Jwala Gutta, who tweeted about the issue as well. In a video response to everyone asking her why she did not register, Jwala clarified that she had checked online, done the formalities and only then gone to vote on Friday, only to find that she could not do so as her name was not on the voter list.

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Further, her father and sister’s names were also missing, she said. “I have been living at the same residence for the past 12 years why are the names being deleted?

And if the names are being deleted, we should definitely be informed,” she argued. Jwala’s mother meanwhile, was able to vote. To all the silly questions!! — Gutta Jwala (@Guttajwala) In other constituencies too, several voters had a similar story to tell. For instance, in Kamareddy district, 300 people protested at the electoral office, alleging erasure of their data from electoral rolls. At one point, they sat on the road, holding up their voter ID cards in protest. The police had to intervene, and DSP T Lakshmi Narayana assured that digital electoral rolls would be re-scrutinised.

My Name In Voter List

Speaking to the media however, the DSP said that officials can't do anything at this point if their names are not found in the voter list. More than 100 voters alleges deletion of names, stages dharna in Kamareddy town — CharanTeja (@CharanT16) This erasure of data has not spared government employees either. Ravindra Reddy, who works at the district court in Kamareddy, said, “I did not find my name in the voter list. The names of my three family members were also missing.” Another voter, Nagaraju, a resident from Indira Nagar colony, said “Officials have been neglecting our colony. If not voter slips, give us death certificates.

The names of dead people are there on the rolls, but not ours.” At St Nizami's High School in Hyderabad’s Banjara Hills too, there were two women who faced a similar issue. For one of them, the issue was not new.

She told TNM, “The picture on the voter slip here is not me. It's some stranger. I have my voter ID and Aadhaar card but they're not letting me vote. I've been voting for so many years. Last year as well I faced this problem but they allowed me to vote.” As of 12 pm, the polling percentage is 23% says, CEO Rajat Kumar. Responding to the complaints of voter's name missing, he says that they can't do anything abt it. 'It's the responsibility of voter to check it.'

— bala (@naartthigan) In Khairatabad constituency, at the Cyient digital centre polling station, a polling officer told TNM that over 100 voters complained that their data was missing from electoral rolls. An elderly man, Kurma Narasimhalu, said, “I came to vote but the polling agents tell me that my name is not in the voters’ list. They asked me to check with the nearest Meeseva centre.” The 65-year-old walked all the way to the Meeseva centre which was 3 km away, and TNM joined him.

Much to Kurma’s dismay the Meeseva centre was shut and he went home. The polling agents outside this booth told TNM that only those who have their names in the electoral rolls will be issued a voter slip to gain entry into the polling booth. Many who did not find their names in the electoral rolls simply went home. Medha from Malkajgiri constituency told TNM that she knew at least eight people whose data had been 'lost' and as a result, they had been unable to cast their vote.

'There were several others in the polling station. Many had been coming to this same polling station before also, but now their names are no longer there. I had been checking online for days. I expect the authorities to inform us if we needed to register again, but no such communication came,' she said. This seems to be a problem that a lot of people are facing, and they spoke up on social media, tweeting with the hashtag, ‘Where is my vote’.

I did not find my name in Electoral roll in Meerpet of Maheswaram constituency.As an eligible voter,I must cast my vote.whom should I contact? — Srivani Sailaja (@srivanisailaja) Disappointed that my name was not on the voters list in Hyderabad. Went to the polling booth with Voter ID and returned without being able to vote. Why did this happen?! — Sanjeev Arcot (@SanjeevArcot) My sisters family names have been removed from Voter list.

What is happening sir? This is disgusting and you say 100% eligible people have their slips distributed. — Kriish Madhav (@KriishMadhav) Our votes also gone.5. In voter list no house num. In our house no. Showing Some body names. Ghmc.& Ec Failure — VANGALA CHANDRA MOHAN (@vangalamohan) Almost 30% voters lost their voting rights today in malkakgiri.

Been voting for the last 20 years but this time my whole family names has been omitted from voters list. — Venkata Ramana (@vrkancharla) Same with me. My parents lived at the same house for 17 years now and names are missing. Who applied for deletion of our name? does not sell or monetize on the songs by any means. If you like any of the songs lyrics, you can buy the CDs directly from respective audio companies. Tamil movie kumki songs download. We do not provide mp3 songs as it is illegal to do so.

Why should I apply again? — Pranay Jillawar (@jillawar) CEO Rajat sir election staff don't allowd my father to vote /49, Uppal. Loosing trust in elections — Surya Sai D (@SuryaSaiD1) (Inputs from Charan Teja, Mithun MK and Shilpa Ranipeta).

New Delhi: Voting for Telangana Assembly Election 2018 is scheduled to take place on Friday, i.e., December 7. Polling for 119 Assembly seats in the state will begin at 8 AM and continue till 5 PM. Voters can check their names in the voter list online before exercising their franchise.  The voter list for the eligible voters in the state is available online on the official website of Telangana State Election Commission, i.e.,. Here is how you can check your name in the voter list online: Step 1: Go to the official website –.

Step 2: Under ‘Search Your Name’ tab, select Assembly constituency and then click on the name based link. Step 3: Fill all the required details such as Voter ID Card number, the name of the assembly and the voter. Step 4: Now press the icon ‘Find’. A new link to download the voter list will appear.


Step 5: Click on the download link to check your name. Note: You can also check your name by clicking on the link in the homepage which says ‘‘.

Now you can send an SMS to by typing ‘TS VOTE VOTER ID No’ or to 51969 by typing ‘TS VOTE VOTER ID NO ‘. Click on this link to know the list of polling stations:. The voting will take place in 119 constituencies of Telangana. The 119-member assembly was dissolved on September 6 eight months ahead of its expiry date by the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao-led government. This year, a total of 1,821 candidates are in the fray for Telangana Assembly Elections. The counting of the votes for Telangana Assembly Election 2018 will take place on December 11, along with that of Mizoram, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh.

This entry was posted on 24.09.2019.