Voter ID Card in Delhi
One of the very important documents needed by the Indian citizens all their life is the voters ID card. This important card is for those who are the above the age of 18 for they would require one to cast their vote during the time of the elections. Without this card one is not allowed to enter the electoral booth. Therefore in order to help win your favourite contestant for the party elections we ought to have this card. Besides being a proof that you are an eligible voter in India it also acts as the identity card anywhere in India and is needed as supporting document in making many other official documents. It serves also as photo identity required if one wants to take a loan or to open a new bank account, etc. This hugely important document can be availed in any state of India including the capital of India Delhi. Now, this card can also be availed online and has helped people save so much time and energy. In order to get started one needs to first register themselves for one to get the card.
Those who are ordinary residents of their constituency and are 18 years and above are the ones, eligible to register as a new voter. However, no person can enroll from two different constituencies. If you are clear about this then you can fill the Form 6 which is easily downloadable from the website www.eci.gov.in. The same can also be availed from the revenue Office if you live in the municipality area and if you live in a Taluka then it can be obtained from Tahshildar’s office. For those who love in mofussil area you can get it from Revenue subdivisional office. People just can also go to the offices of Election commission of India and request for one such form.
There are certain documents (photocopy) which are required while filing the Form 6 and they are as follows:
- 1. Address Proof such as PAN Card, Property Tax Receipt, Residential rental/lease agreement, Telephone bill, LPG (cooking gas) bill, Bank account statement, Pension cards, Passport, Water bill, Electricity bill, etc.
- 2. Identity Proof (same as point 1)
In order to register for voter’s card, those living in the Municipality areas must contact the Assistant Electoral Registration Officers at the Revenue Department between Mondays to Saturday. Some people directly call the returning officer who will guide them as to where they can get registration done. After filing Form 6 and completing the registration, an acknowledgment receipt is given which is very important for further references. The dates for enrollment can be gathered from EC elections schedule page which are found in Revenue department. Once you registration is done, you are likely to receive the voters card only after the following election is over. However you can still vote if the earlier mentioned acknowledgement slip along with other documents is produced at the polling booth. And by the time next election comes you would have your voter's ID card with you.
|For new Voter ID Card or applying to another Assembly Constituency||From 6|
|For objection to existing entry or inclusion of name or deleting in the Electoral Roll||Form 7|
|For the correction of any entry in the Voter ID Card||Form 8|
|For change of Address into the Voter ID Card||Form 8A|