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Margherita election officer publishes draft photo electoral roll – 2023

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HT Correspondent
MARGHERITA, Nov 9: As per the directive of the Election Commission of India, the draft photo electoral roll was published on Wednesday by Aditi Neog, Margherita election officer in the office of sub-divisional officer (civil) Margherita.
According to the draft electoral, the total electors in 124 Margherita LAC with respect to January 1, 2023 as the qualifying date stands at 206825, out of which 104137 are male and 102688 are female and there has been an overall increase of 1.10% after addition and deletion process.
The election officer while addressing the gathering informed that the claims and objections related to the draft electoral roll can be filed from September 9 to December 8 and the same will be disposed by December 26, this year.
The final electoral roll will be published on January 5, 2023 and also urged the political party representatives in attendance to engage boot level agents, so that the electoral roll can be verified at a faster pace and to encourage new voters to register themselves as to not leave any eligible voter behind, said Aditi Neog.
The copies of the draft electoral roll will be available in the Election Office, BDO Office, Circle office, Margherita and also will be distributed among the recognised political party offices and BLOs of the constituency.
Previously the Centre, through the Election Laws (Amendment) Act, 2021, has enabled the linking of Aadhar with EPIC, introduced multiple qualifying dates for enrolment and a gender-neutral provision for service and special electors.
Along with the representatives of Indian National Congress, Bharatiya Janata Party, Assam Jatiya Parishad and Asom Gana Parishad other officials and staff of the administration also attended the publication held on Wednesday.

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