Sunday 31 March 2019

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The right to vote is the heart of every democracy. The true power lies with the people of every democracy who ultimately decide the destiny of the country by choosing the representatives who run the Government. India is one of the largest democratic countries in the world in terms of number of voters. In a country so populous, different states have varied concerns and ideas. Hence, voting becomes a medium of expression for people. Given the number of elections that comes and goes by in India and also the rising population, one cannot deny the fact that there have been a few instances of malpractices like vote rigging. To make the process of voting smooth and to ensure that every eligible citizen gets a chance to vote, the Government of India came up with the Voter ID cards in 1993. Now, Voter ID cards have been shaped to EPIC - Electoral Photo Identity Cards.

Applying for a new EPIC in Gujarat can be done online. Also, the Chief Electoral Officer of Gujarat has a dedicated website that allows voters to apply for a change of information on the Voter ID and to delete their names from the electoral list. After the introduction of online facilities for modification of information in Voter ID and application for a Voter ID in Gujarat, the whole process of handling a Voter ID has become less time consuming and simple.

The state’s Chief Electoral Officer has once again postponed the publishing of final electoral rolls for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections after “glitches” were reported while migrating from state government’s ERMS (Electoral Roll Management System) software to a centralised ERONet system. The final rolls will now be made public on January 31.

“The system is new and so is having glitches. So we have delayed it a bit. We will be publishing the electoral rolls in ERONet on January 31,” said Dr S Murali Krishna, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), Gujarat about the new software which the Election Commission of India launched a year ago. Earlier, the final electoral rolls were slated to be published on January 4, then it was postponed to January 17.

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