Voter ID Card in Indore
This is one of the most important documents for any citizen of India, who fulfills basic requirements for the same. Casting a vote as on one hand is our fundamental right is also a duty on the other hand. Voter identity card is not just a document necessary for casting a vote but also an important document for opening an account in a bank, for getting a Ration card or for obtaining permanent Account Number or PAN. As this card comes with so many benefit apart from being your ID card it is a must document everyone should acquire. So, if you are 18 years of age and a citizen of India you must apply for the same as soon as possible.
Many times we think twice for applying for the Voter ID card for the hassle of government procedures, but the good news is Government of India has now simplified the process; moreover you can now even apply for online registration.
For saving one from getting into any problem and in order to fasten up the procedure one should be abreast with the basic requirements needed to be fulfilled for the same.
A citizen of Indore, who has attained 18 years of age, is eligible to apply for Voter ID. However you need to fulfill different forms, as per the requirement:
If you are going to get yourself enrolled on the electoral roll for the first time you need to fill the following forms:
Form No.6.This form can also be downloaded from www.eci.gov.in, EC website or you can also obtain it from the nearest Revenue office, this form will also be available at offices of Election Commission of India.
Documents needed for form 6
- Address Poof (Photocopy)
- Identity card (Photocopy): Any of the following can be used for the same; Water bill, Property Tax Receipt, Electricity bill, LPG bill, Telephone bill, Residential or lease agreement, Bank account statement, Pension cards or Passport.
Form No.7If you are proposing deletion of name of any electors who are either dead, has shifted or otherwise ineligible from the current electoral role, you need to fill form no. 7. If you have moved from another constituency, you need to obtain a deletion certificate by filing form 7 and should file form 6 attached with deletion certificate in a new constituency.
Form No.8Form 8 is required in case, the entries in the existing roll relating to you requires correction.
If you have also moved to a new place within the same constituency, corrections of address can be done by filing form 8A. Documents required for this form are; address proof of current address and a copy of old voter ID.
Documents for Voter ID in IndoreAny of the following documents can be accepted as a proof of residency, which is required to be submitted with the above mentioned forms.
- Driving License
- PAN card
- Pension document
- Arm’s License
- Passbook issued by bank or post office
- Ration Card
- Railway identification card
- SC/ST/OBC document issued by a competent authority
- Service identity card in case of State and Central Government
- Property document with deed and photograph.
- Freedom fighter identity card
- Student identity card issued by competent authority
- Certificate of Physical Handicap by Competent authority
A copy of the existing Election or Voter ID is mandatory for those who are not first timers.
The form and required documents needed to be submitted at:
Election Commission Office,
Office Phone no.: 0731-2449111
Residence Phone no.: 0731-2700111
Fax no. 0731-2449114
Currently the election commission officer of Indore is Mr Akash Tripathi.
Mobile no.: 94250-46228
TollFree number for any queries related to Voter’s list and Voter’s ID card in Madhya Pradesh is: 1950
Also officials who can be contacted for the help or guidance for the same are:
- Neha Yadav: 0755- 2559614
- Apoorv Jain: 0755- 2559612
- Amit Soni: 0755- 2559615
- Vivek Sarkar: 0755- 2559616
- Neeta Sharma: 0755- 2559617
All the citizens of Indore who fulfills basic requirement for obtaining the Voter’s ID that is are 18 years of age and are the citizens of Indore are advised to apply for your voter ID as soon as possible. Also all those who need to change any information on their voter’s ID should do the expeditious. Government has simplified the procedure and doing everything at their end to provide us the right to Vote now it’s our chance to take a step ahead and fulfil our Fundamental duty and right to vote.