Voter ID Card in MP

Democracy is a system which is for the people, by the people and of the people. In a democratic system, voting plays a very important part and elections form the very essence of a democratic country. In an indirect democratic system, people participate in elections and cast their votes to choose the leaders of the country. India is one of the largest democratic countries in the world, both in terms of vastness and population. A massive number of people participate in Municipal, Assembly and Lok Sabha elections every year. Given the enormity of elections in India, quite a number of impostors involve in malpractices like vote rigging and dampen the very spirit of democracy.

To make things smooth during elections, the Government of India came up with the concept of Voter OD. It is an official document offered by the Indian Government certifying that the holder is qualified to cast his vote. After the introduction of online facilities for filing a new Voter ID application and other services, getting an EPIC has become hassle free and less time consuming in Madhya Pradesh.

Elections Madhya Pradesh 2019
Madhya Pradesh Elections 2019

How to Apply for Voter ID Online in Madhya Pradesh

Before the advent of online facilities to apply for Voter ID, citizens had to wait for a camp to be set up in their areas by the Election Commission of India which was not done frequently. But, it would not be an exaggeration to state that online application for a new Voter ID has made the process completely hassle free.

Follow the steps given below to apply for Voter ID online in Madhya Pradesh:

  • Visit the website of Chief Electoral Officer of Madhya Pradesh. In the homepage, select “Online Services for Voters”.
  • Choose the option to apply online for registration as new voter using Form 6. You will be redirected to National Voter’s Services Portal and the Form 6 will be displayed.
  • You will be required to select your state and Assembly or Parliamentary Constituency from a drop down menu before filling in your personal details.
  • In the applicant’s detail part of the form, you will be required to enter name, surname, gender, age, details about place of birth and parent’s or spouse’s name.
  • You will also have to enter details about your family members whose name have been included in the electoral roll for your assembly constituency.
  • After filling the form, you can reset or save the details. Select the “Upload” button at the top of the page to upload all your documents.
  • Once you have submitted the form and all information has been verified, Booth Level Officers (BLOs) will visit your address to check the information and will clear your application. After approval, the ECI will send the Voter ID card to your place of address.

How to Apply for Voter ID Offline in Madhya Pradesh

For the benefit of people who do not have access to the internet and for people who are not familiar with the online application process for new Voter ID, the Election Commission also has an offline process. All you have to do is get an application form and submit it with other documents at the Electoral office to enrol for a new Voter ID in Madhya Pradesh.

Read the steps given below to understand how to apply for a Voter ID offline in Madhya Pradesh:

  • The first step to apply offline for a Voter ID in Madhya Pradesh is to secure an application form. The form number with their respective purposes is mentioned below.
    • Form 7 - Application form for objection to include a name in electoral roll
    • Form 8 A - Application form for transposition of an entry in the electoral roll
    • Form 8 - Application form for correction of details in electoral roll
    • Form 6 - Application for inclusion of name in electoral roll after the draft publication of roll
  • Secure the respective form and fill it completely. Include all the necessary KYC documents and attach your photographs. As you might be asked to enter details about family members whose name have been included in the electoral roll, keep those information handy.
  • Go to the nearest Electoral Registration Office and submit the form along with all other KYC documents. Once your application is accepted and is processed by the Electoral Office, Booth Level Officers (BLOs) will visit your home to confirm if the information that you have provided is correct. Once the checking is done, your Voter ID will be printed and sent to your residential address.
  • Also, the Election Commission of India organizes frequent camps and drives at Designated Photographic Locations which are publicized on print media and on radio. People can make use of such direct drives to get a Voter ID card without any hassles.

How to track status in Madhya Pradesh

Tracking Voter ID Status Online

To check the status of your Voter ID application online, you can follow the steps given below.

  • Visit the Madhya Pradesh CEO website.
  • You can opt to check the status of a new registration or an updation.
  • Enter your Registration ID in the slot provided.
  • Click on “Show status” to generate your results.

Tracking Voter ID status via SMS

This facility is not available in Madhya Pradesh yet, but may be rolled out in the future.

Calling on the Dedicated ECI Helpline Number

You can call the ECI Helpline number 1950 toll free. The helpline is available on all working days between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm.

How to Apply for Duplicate Voter ID in Madhya Pradesh

In case you have misplaced or lost your Voter ID or if your Voter ID is stolen, you can get a duplicate Voter ID with no difficulties. To apply for a duplicate Voter ID in Madhya Pradesh, follow the steps given below:
  • If your Voter ID is stolen, first file a FIR at the nearest police station. You will have to submit an application regarding the place of loss, date of loss, Voter ID number and other such details.
  • After filing the FIR, procure Form 002 issued by the ECI (Election Commission of India) which has been specifically created for the issue of duplicate Voter ID card.
  • Additional documents including address proof, identity proof and age proof must be attached with form 002. The form and other documents must be submitted at the Election Commission Office that works for your constituency. If all details are found to be correct, the new Voter ID will be sent to your home address.

Process of Voter ID Card Correction Online in Madhya Pradesh

It is of utmost importance that you ensure that all details are printed correctly in your Voter ID card. In case there is any discrepancy in the name, photograph or address mentioned in the Voter ID, you must get it corrected immediately as the Voter ID card acts as your identity.

Here are the steps to make corrections in your Voter ID online in Madhya Pradesh:

  • Go to the website of Chief Electoral Officer of Madhya Pradesh. In the homepage, select “Online Services for Voters”. In the resulting page, choose “Application for correction to particulars entered in electoral roll through Form 8”.
  • You will be redirected to National Voter’s Service Portal (NVSP) and the Form 8 will be displayed on the screen.
  • In form 8, you will have to enter details like your State and Parliamentary Constituency. In the “Applicant’s Details” section, you will have to enter your name, part number of electoral roll, serial number in the part, age, gender, particulars of place of present address, details of other EPIC (Elector’s Photo Identity card) which was issued in some other constituency.
  • After filling in all correct details, you will have to upload supporting documents like your photograph, address proof, identity proof. You will also have to mention details of the entries to be corrected, the following details can be corrected.
    • Name (Spelling, initials, surname etc)
    • Gender
    • Age
    • Address
    • Name of mother, father or spouse
    • Elector’s Photo Identity Card Number
    • Photograph
  • You will have the option to Reset, Save or Submit your form. Once the form is submitted, your details will be verified and changed in your Voter ID card.

Process of Voter ID Card Correction Offline in Madhya Pradesh

In some cases due to compiling errors, the spelling of your name, address or photograph might be printed incorrectly on your Voter ID card. You must get it corrected immediately to avoid any difficulties in future.

Follow the points given below to understand how to make a correction in Voter ID card offline in Madhya Pradesh:

  • Procure Form 8 (you can download it from the ECI website or get it at the nearest Election Commission Office). Fill in all details completely and correctly.
  • You will also have to present supporting documents like photographs, address proof, age proof and identity proof along with the form. For example, if you want to change the spelling of your name, you must present an identity proof document in which your name has been printed correctly.
  • Submit all documents at the nearest Election Commission Office, your application for change of particulars will be reviewed and the new updated Voter ID will be sent to your home address.

Process of Change of Address in Voter ID online in Madhya Pradesh

If the voter has moved to a different constituency or address, he must ensure that the address is changed in the Voter ID also accordingly. Since Voter ID is a complete proof of identity and address, you must always keep your address up to date.

Follow the steps given below to change your address online in the Voter ID card in MP:

  • Log on to the website of Chief Electoral Officer of Madhya Pradesh. Choose “Online Services for Voters”. In the resulting page, select “Application for transposition of entry in electoral roll through Form 8 A”. Form 8 A will be displayed on the screen.
  • You will have to select your state and assembly or parliamentary constituency before you enter the details of the voter whose entry is to be transposed.
  • You will have to enter name, surname, and part number of electoral roll in which the voter’s name is included, serial number of part, Elector’s Photo Identity Card Number, husband’s name / parent’s name, town, post office, taluka, district, email address and mobile number.
  • You will have to enter the period of continuous residence at the address that you have mentioned on the date of application, part number to which the entry has to be transposed and the details of the applicant.
  • You will have to upload KYC documents and photographs before you submit the form. Your application will be accepted and if all details are valid, the address will be changed in your Voter ID card.

Process for Change of Address in Voter ID offline in Madhya Pradesh

In case you have moved to a new address or a different constituency, you should change your address at once on the Voter ID card also.

Read the steps given below to understand how to change address in Voter ID card offline in Madhya Pradesh:

  • Get form 8 A from the nearest Election Commission office or download it from the National Voter’s Services Portal website. Form 8 A is for transposition of entry in the electoral list and is prescribed by the Election Commission of India.
  • Attach supporting documents like address proof and age proof and submit the Form at the nearest Election Commission office for your constituency.
  • Your application will be reviewed and the new Voter ID will be sent to your home address by the Election Commission Office.

Madhya Pradesh Elections 2019

The Lok Sabha elections in Madhya Pradesh will be held in four different phases on 29th April, 6th, 12th and 19th May respectively. The Lok Sabha elections results in 2014 in Madhya Pradesh were as follows:

Name of political party Number of seats won
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 26
Indian National Congress(INC) 3

Facts about politics in Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh is one of the largest states in the country. Historically, the state has been dominated by the traditional heavyweights Indian National Congress (INC) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). In the recently concluded legislative assembly elections in 2018, Indian National Congress gained majority and came back to power after 15 years of BJP governing the state.

Chief minister of Madhya Pradesh

The current chief minister of Madhya Pradesh is Kamalnath.

Election commissioner of Madhya Pradesh

The current chief election commissioner of Madhya Pradesh is Sunita Tripathi

Apply Voter ID Card in Upcoming Elections

    Madhya Pradesh Election 2018

    The elections to the state Legislative Assembly of Madhya Pradesh will take place on 28 November 2018. The Shivraj Singh Chouhan government, which is trying hard to come to power for the 4th consecutive time, is expected to face a tough fight from the Indian National Congress. The election will decide the fate of the members from 230 constituencies of the state. The Bhartiya Janta Party isn’t taking anything lightly and hence even Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to be a part of the massive campaign for his party.

    Facts about Madhya Pradesh politics

    Assembly constituencies 230
    Ruling party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
    Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan
    Opposition party Indian NationalCongress (INC)
    Governor Anandiben Patel
    Parliamentary constituencies 29
    Chief Electoral Officer V L Kantha Rao (IAS)

    Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh – 2018

    Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the current Chief Minister of the state, has been in power since 29 November 2005. Through his ambitious ‘Jan Ashirwad Yatra’, the 17th Chief Minister of the state will cover 180 constituencies by 25th October as a part of the election campaign. For the Congress, its President Rahul Gandhi is visiting all the major temples of the state as a part of his campaign as it’s believed that several of these temples have a strong influence over a substantial number of voters in the state.

    Election Commission of Madhya Pradesh

    Position Name
    Chief Electoral Officer V L Kantha Rao (IAS)
    Additional Chief Electoral Officer Sandeep Yadav (IAS), Shri Lokesh Kumar Jatav (IAS)
    Joint Chief Electoral Officer Vikas Narwal (IAS), Rajesh Kumar Kol (IAS)
    Deputy Chief Electoral Officer Pramod Shukla, Rakesh Kushre, Rajesh Shrivastava, Jameel Khan, Sanjeev Jain
    Public Information Officer Govind Lachhwani

*Disclaimer

News About Voter ID Card in MP

  • Kamal Nath declared as the new CM of Madhya Pradesh

    Congress has chosen Kamal Nath as the new chief minister of Madhya Pradesh. The Congress is back in power in Madhya Pradesh after a gap of 15 years. The only other candidate for the post of chief minister in Madhya Pradesh was Jyotiraditya Scindia. Talking on the eve of announcement of his name as the chief minister of the state, Kamal Nath said that he will ensure that the promises made by Congress in its manifesto are fulfilled. In his speech after Kamal Nath was elected as the CM, he thanked the party workers for working hard and attributed the victory to them.

    The Congress entourage will meet with the Governor and will give a formal proposition to form the next government in Madhya Pradesh. The reason coming out from the party sources as to why Kamal Nath has been chosen by Rahul Gandhi over Jyotiraditya Scindia is that Congress still requires two seats to achieve majority. To form a government, the independent candidates would have to be wooed despite both Samajwadi Party (SP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) offering their support to Congress.     

    20 December 2018

  • Congress crosses the majority mark in Madhya Pradesh

     Congress has recorded victory in the Madhya Pradesh elections by securing 114 seats. The party has made a claim to form the government in the state under the leadership of senior leader Kamal Nath. However the BJP has refuted Congress’ claims of forming the government  by saying that it will take the help of independent candidates and BSP in order to form the government. With both the major parties still short of the magical number, there is still uncertainty as to who will form the government however it is looking increasingly likely that the government will be formed by Congress because it only needs 2 seats to reach majority.

    The Congress state committee under the leadership of Kamal Nath is rumoured to be making a visit in the near future to the Governor’s office in order to ask permission to form the government.   

    14 December 2018

  • Counting of votes for elections in MP to be done in 22 rounds

    With the results of the legislative assembly elections to be announced today, the votes polled across the state of Madhya Pradesh are set to be counted in 22 rounds. The decision was announced by Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), VL Kantha Rao. The counting began today at 8 am with around 15000 officers of the election commission on hand to count the total votes polled. In order for transparency to be ensued in the counting of votes, the machines that were malfunctioning have been removed from the whole process.

    For counting to be done efficiently, 51 counting centres have been set up across the state with each district having its own headquarter. For every constituency, the counting will be done on 14 tales at one go. After every round of counting, tabulated reports are distributed to the candidate contesting the election from that particular constituency to get their signature. The voter turnout in the legislative assembly elections this term has been recorded at 75%.    

    11 December 2018

  • Elections in Madhya Pradesh conducted peacefully

    Elections in Madhya Pradesh were conducted yesterday peacefully. The polls were held in 230 different constituencies across the state. The voter turnout for the legislative assembly elections this time has been higher many of the previous elections. The elections remain a direct battle for supremacy in the state between traditional heavyweights Congress and the BJP. The polling was held between 8 am and 5 pm for 227 seats across the state with the exception of three seats which are affected by Maoist violence. The time period for polling in these constituencies was 7 am to 3 pm. To avert any attacks or security issues , more than 1.80 lakh security personnel were appointed in and around the polling booths across the state.

    In total more than 50 million voters were registered for the elections. This included 41,30,090 women and 1,389 third gender candidates. The BJP has been in power for the last three terms and is hoping for another term. It has fielded candidates in 230 seats with Congress also fielding its candidates in all constituencies bar one. The seat from which Congress has not fielded any candidate is Jatara in Tikamgarh for which the seat has been left for Sharad Yadav’s JLD to fight.    

    29 November 2018

  • 74.6% voter turnout recorded in MP for the legislative assembly elections

    The polling for 230 seats in Madhya Pradesh was conducted on Wednesday. The turnout was recorded at 74.6% which is an increase of 2% from last time. As per state election commission chief, VL Kantha Rao, the turnout could rise even further with some constituencies yet to be observed. The polling across the state was conducted peacefully and without much fuss barring a few incidents here and there. In total, three government employees on duty died on Wednesday.

    One issue that had cropped up during the polling in some constituencies is the presence of fraudulent EVMs and VVPATs in polling booths. Overall, 1145 EVMs and 1545 VVPATs were replaced by the state election commission. For 227 constituencies, the polling booths were open for voting from 8 am to 5 pm. For the rest of the three districts due to naxal violence, te voting was conducted from 7 am to 3 pm. With many polling booths across the state complaining of EVMs and VVPATs malfunctioning, the election commission’s chief OP Rawat said that if required there is a provision in the election commission to extend the time period of polling in the elections or even it push it to the next day.        

    29 November 2018

  • District administration in Bhind, MP bans two-wheelers

    With a view to the upcoming legislative assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, the district administration in Bhind has banned two-wheelers during the voting time period. The polling is scheduled for today. The district collector, Dhanaraju S has issued an order stating that no one is allowed to ply the use of two-wheelers between 7 am and 7 pm. When asked to as why the vehicles were banned despite the general public having problems commuting, Dhanaraju S said that the vehicles were banned so that the law and order situation in the state could be maintained and allurement of candidates by voters could be prevented.

    The list of those who will be exempted from the ban are officials performing election duty, vehicles involved in maintaining the law and order, fire brigade, ambulance and vehicles carrying people who are unwell. Also, any vehicles that carry old and disabled people would not be stopped by the authorities.  

    28 November 2018

  • EC happy with poll preparedness in Madhya Pradesh

    The election commission has expressed its satisfaction over the preparations for the upcoming elections in Madhya Pradesh. A team of election commission officials are on a two day visit to the state. In the press conference, Chief Election Commissioner, OP Rawat said that the aim of the election commission is to conduct free and fair elections in the state. The team of election commission officials examined the preparations and logistics required.

    Rawat also said that the Model Code of Conduct will be applied with full force in the state so that the elections are conducted fairly. If any political party or candidate is found guilty of breaching the model code of conduct, they will be barred from participating in the election. OP Rawat also launched the Sugamya Portal App. The app will help persons with disabilities with activities related to the elections. Also, many candidates withdrew their names from the election list on the last day of doing so.      

    19 November 2018

  • 1380 teams assigned for election duty in Madhya Pradesh

    The Election Commission of India (ECI) has formed 1380 teams to ensure that free and fair elections are conducted in Madhya Pradesh. The Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of the Madhya Pradesh state election commission, VL Kantarao said that these teams would be divided into the stationary and mobile categories. Kantarao also said that criminal records have been published in the newspapers so that the public knows if they are voting for a candidate with criminal background or not. As per the directive provided by the election commission, the criminal records about the candidates have to be published in the newspapers thrice in a duration of 11 days. The criminal records will also be aired in television news channels. The duration of the advertisements should be at least 7 seconds.

    For the upcoming legislative assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, the election commission has reserved 91 symbols for political parties in addition to 7 symbols for national parties and 10 regional parties. In the press conference, Kantarao also laid down statistics of the cash and gold seized in 2018 as compared to 2013 when the last elections were held.    

    19 November 2018

  • EC team in MP to assess poll preparations

    A team consisting of high level election commission officials visited the state of Madhya Pradesh to assess the election preparations on November 13. The team consisted of Election Commissioner O P Rawat with Commissioners Sunil Arora and Ashok Lavasa. The team landed in Indore and stayed for two days. The election commission team also conducted a meeting with Divisional Commissioner, Inspector General of Police, District Election Officer and Superintendent of Police of 18 districts of Indore, Ujjain and Narmadapuram division to examine the preparations for the polls in the city. Later in the day, the team conducted meeting with the representatives of national political parties. The team also reviewed the preparedness for the upcoming polls in 33 other districts.

    Also, the last date for candidates to file nominations was on 14 November. Already 415 nominations have been rejected by the election commission out of 4157 nominations that have been filed for the elections. The polling date for the elections has been scheduled on November 28 with the votes set to be counted on December 11.   

    16 November 2018

  • Local protests threaten campaigning in Madhya Pradesh

    With the election season in Madhya Pradesh in full swing, local protests in Neemuch’s Baghana have put the elections in the constituency in jeopardy. The citizens have put up posters outside their houses which state that they will be boycotting the upcoming legislative assembly elections. In addition to this, the citizens of the constituency have also banned any politician from entering the region until the colonies in which they are currently residing are registered and the residents are provided with basic amenities.

    As per the residents, they were promised by the then BJP ruling government 5 years back but have not been provided anything. It has been more than 30 years since the colony in question has been built. This is the reason as to why the residents have lodged such huge protests against the government. With even the sewage system not being built in the region, locals are fed up of all political parties and have decided to boycott the legislative assembly elections this time altogether.    

    15 November 2018

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