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Arunachal: Poll panel announces schedule for special summary of electoral rolls

BLO shall undertake a house to house verification about the details of un-enrolled citizens/dead/shifted electors collected through crowdsourcing as well as verification of the same from August 9 to October 31, the release added.

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Itanagar: The Election Commission of India (ECI) on Thursday announced the schedule for the special summary revision of electoral rolls with reference to January 1, 2022 as the qualifying date in all 60 Assembly constituencies of Arunachal Pradesh.

With this, citizens who will attain 18 years of age as of January 1, 2022 can enrol their names in the electoral roll and others who want to make deletion, correction, if any, may do so, as per a communique issued by the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), Arunachal Pradesh here on Thursday.
As per the release, pre-revision activities like improvement in the health of electoral roll in a campaign mode for removal of DSEs (demographically similar entries), logical errors, checking of photo quality of elector will be carried out from August 9 till October 31.
The citizens can verify their electoral details through the voter helpline app/national voters service portal (nvsp.in) or by submitting a hard copy of the filled up form through booth level officers (BLOs) to electoral registration officers (EROs), it said.

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BLO shall undertake a house to house verification about the details of un-enrolled citizens/dead/shifted electors collected through crowdsourcing as well as verification of the same from August 9 to October 31, the release added.

Draft publication of electoral roll will be made on November 1. The period for filing of claims and objections will be from November 1 to 30. A special campaign will be organised on November 13, 14, 20 and 21 in all the EROs/AEROs’ HQs and in some selected polling stations. Disposal of claims and objection will be done by December 20 and final publication of electoral rolls by January 5, 2022, it said.

During the period of filing of claims & objection (November 1 to 30), an eligible citizen who wants to get enrolled or those who want to make changes of name/dead person, correction in the name or transposition of name within the Assembly constituency may fill up Form 6, 7, 8 or 8A, respectively, and submit the same online (www.nvsp.in) or offline (to BLO of their respective A/Cs), the statement said.

The CEO, meanwhile, urged all the political parties and NGOs to cooperate with the election authorities to conduct the pre-revision activities and special summary revision programme properly.
Provide all the support to the EROs/AEROs and BLOs to make a healthy electoral roll in the state as desired by the Election Commission, the CEO appealed.

Further, all the political parties have been urged to appoint (booth level agents (BLAs) in all the Assembly constituencies.

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