The district administration has geared up to launch the voter ID registration drive ahead of the upcoming Assembly elections to be held next year. Resident Welfare Associations (RWA) and NGOs will also be roped in to raise awareness among voters about the importance of the voter ID cards.
The drive will start from June 6 and residents can register themselves at the nearest election booth. District magistrate, Deepak Aggarwal stated that people can approach the nearest booth with the essential documents so that the Election Commission directives are fulfilled.
In the last elections, many residents voted without the photo ID card. Aggarwal said, “People can contact their respective sector’s RWAs or the district election office located in sector 19 on all working days to get their cards made. The drive is just being conducted to speed up the process.”
Full Article: Voter ID registration drive from June 6 – The Times of India.