You may browse the below give website - www.ceo.ap.gov.in…. There you can easily check your name in voters list.
I think with the latest updatings in it your name may be there in the list. If not, then its too late to apply for the same and to get in enlisted in the list as parliamentary election notification has already been declared and nomination process started every where in India.
To get enrolled in the voter list is your statutory right. Please check the Electoral roll of your area ERO (SDM)/AERO (MRO) office. If your name is not included please fill up Form 6 and deposit it with the ERO.
You can submit any document from the authorized agency as the proof of Date of Birth(Passport, Matric certificate, Date of Birth certificate etc.)
give me details of my Polling Station and Assembly Constituency. Who do I contact to get these details?
Ans. This would be possible only when you inform your complete address at the reception/enquiry. The telephone No. is 23918888. You can check it from the ECI or CEO office website also.
The Returning Officer (R.O.) In the case of Andhra Pradesh, The District /Joint Collector and Revenue Divisional Officers are the R.Os. The Returning Officer of a parliamentary or assembly constituency is responsible for the conduct of elections for the P.C. & A.Cs respectively as per section 21 of the Representation of the People Act 1951.
The Electoral Registration Officer (ERO). In the case of Andhra Pradesh, these are the area sub-divisional Magistrates. The Electoral Registration officer is responsible for the preparation of electoral rolls for a Assembly Constituency which itself is the roll for the Parliamentary Constituency in so far as that Assembly Segment is concerned.
For every constituency, there is a list of voters which is called electoral roll. What is the minimum age for enrollment in an electoral roll?
Ans. Eighteen Years.
For every constituency, there is a voters list Article 326 of the Constitution, and Sec. 19 of R.P.Act, 1950 stipulate that the minimum age for registration of a voter is 18 years.
A person who is not a citizen of India cannot be registered as a voter. Article 326 of the Constitution read with Sec. 16 of R.P.Act, 1950 clarify the point.
A person cannot be enrolled as a voter in more than one place in the same constituency or in more than one constituency in view of the provisions contained under Sec. 17 and 18 of R.P.Act, 1950.
An electoral roll is a list of all eligible citizens who are entitled to cast their vote in an election.The electoral rolls are prepared Assembly Constituency wise.An electoral roll for any Assembly Constituency is subdivided into parts corresponding with the polling booths.The Election Commission of India has decided to generally have a maximum of 1200 electors per booth. The polling booths are so set up that no voter should ordinarily travel more than 2 kms. to reach the polling booth. Normally, one part will correspond with one polling booth.
To exercise your franchise,the first and foremost requirement is that your name should be in the electoral roll.Without your name registered in the relevant part for the area where you ordinarily reside in the Assembly Constituency,u will not be allowed to exercise your franchise.Therefore,it is ur duty to find out whether your name has been registered or not.
registering process: The Election Commission prepares the electoral rolls through a process of intensive revision where house-to-house enumeration is done and electors residing in each house are registered by official enumerators who go physically from door-to-door to collect the information about electors.This process is done normally once in five years. Between two Intensive revisions, summary revisions are done every year during a specified period when persons who are left out of the electoral rolls are given an opportunity to register themselves by applying in Form-6. It is also expected from you to get ur name deleted from the place where you earlier resided,and get it included at new place in case you have shifted.For this,on your part,it is sufficient that you file claim application in Form 6 before the Electoral Registration Officer of the new place and in that application give the full address of your earlier place of residence. Short absence from place of residence does not debar one to continue his/her name in electoral roll.Similarly,deletions are carried out of electors who have died or who have shifted residence from one area to another outside the prescribed part of the electoral roll.u should note that you can be registered only at one place.Registration in more than one place is an offence.During Intensive Revision of electoral rolls which normally takes place once in five years, a draft roll is prepared after house to house enumeration and published at every polling booth location for inviting claims and objections.Any eligible person can file claim in Form No.6 for inclusion of his name in the roll or raise an objection to somebody’s name or for deletion of his or any other person's name in Form No.7.Similarly if any particulars in the electoral roll are to be modified such as name,house number,middle name,last name,age,sex,epic number etc.a claim in Form No. 8 can be filed.In case any elector has changed his house from the polling area of one booth to other booth in the same Assembly Constituency he can file application in Form No. 8A for change/transposition from one electoral part to other part. During Summary revision of electoral rolls which takes place every year,the existing electoral rolls are published at each polling booth locations to invite claims and objections for inclusion,deletion,modification and transposition.After due enquiry all claims and objections are decided and a supplementary electoral roll is prepared and published. Even after the final publication of electoral rolls the process of continuous updation of electoral rolls goes on and the citizens are free to file any application for the addition, deletion,modification and transposition with the Electoral Registration Officer.
when i checked on line,iam unable to get access to the voter list in ranga reddy district.
so i advice you to visit nearest mandal revenue office,R.D.O office or any political office where you can find the voter list.from the list you can check the voters applied from the house NO 8-54/a viduth nagar colony dilsuknagar,rangareddy dist, hyderabad.
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