Voter ID Card in UP

History has proved that democracy is the best form of government in the world. Equal opportunities and benefits irrespective of state or caste and freedom to basic rights are only some of the advantages of being in a democratic country. Citizens participating in elections by voting is the very essence of modern democracy. Voting helps in choosing able and right leaders for the country which will create better future for the country. India conducts Lok Sabha, Municipal and Assembly elections on a periodic basis and gives all eligible citizens a chance to choose leaders for the country. But given the size and number of people in a large democratic country like India, conducting elections has become quite a daunting task. Some Impostors and political parties take advantage of people’s ignorance when it comes to elections and dampen the essence of democracy. To counter this problem, the Government of India introduced Voter ID cards which acts a document that qualifies a person to be a voter.

With 403 assembly constituencies and 80 Lok Sabha constituencies, Uttar Pradesh conducts elections once in every five years to elect the members of State Assembly and also Lok Sabha members. Citizens residing in Uttar Pradesh can apply for a Voter ID card online without any hassles, thanks to the National Voter’s Services Portal.

How to Apply for Voter ID Online in Uttar Pradesh

If you are planning to apply for a new Voter ID in Uttar Pradesh, you can easily enroll yourself as a Voter through the online services offered by the Chief Electoral Officer of Uttar Pradesh. With online tools that allow you to submit a Voter ID application and also upload documents, the process of applying for a Voter ID online in Uttar Pradesh has become an easy task.

Follow the steps given below to apply for a new Voter ID online in Uttar Pradesh:

  • Visit the website of Chief Electoral Officer of Uttar Pradesh. In the homepage, select “Online Services for Voters”. You will be redirected to the National Voter’s Service Portal website.
  • In the options being displayed, choose “Apply online for registration of a new voter”. Form number 6 will be displayed on the screen.
  • First of all, you must choose your State and Parliamentary or Assembly Constituency which will be displayed in a drop down menu. After this step is done, you must fill your personal details.
  • In the personal details section of the form, you will have to fill details like gender, name, surname, place of birth, age and spouse’s name or parent’s name.
  • Also, you will be asked to enter details about other members of your family whose details have been entered in the electoral roll.
  • You will have to fill up all mandatory fields otherwise you will not be able to submit the form. Once all details are filled, you can submit, save or reset the form. Remember to upload all supporting documents before you upload the form.
  • Once your form is submitted and all the information is verified, Booth Level officers (BLOs) will visit your home to cross - verify all information. After this step is completed, you will receive your Voter ID in a week’s time.

How to Apply for Voter ID Offline in Uttar Pradesh

If you are not familiar with the online application process for obtaining a new Voter ID, you can also apply for a Voter ID offline in Uttar Pradesh. For the benefit of all Indian citizens, the Election Commission of India has offline and online processes to offer Voter ID cards to all eligible citizens.

The steps given below will explain how to apply for a Voter ID offline in Uttar Pradesh:

  • First of all, you must obtain an application form to apply for Voter ID in Uttar Pradesh. The Form number for each specific purpose is mentioned below.
    • Form 6 - Application for inclusion of name in electoral roll after the draft publication of 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 7 - Application form for objection to include a name in electoral roll
  • Get a Form 6 - it can downloaded from the ECI website or you can get it from the nearest Election Commission Office. Having done that, fill it completely and attach photographs wherever necessary.
  • Attach all supporting documents like address proof and age proof documents. Keep documents like ration card, PAN card and passport for this purpose.
  • Submit all documents at the nearest Electoral Registration Office. Once all documents are verified and your application is acknowledged, Booth Level Officers (BLOs) from the Election Commission of India will visit your address to cross check the information. After this checking is complete. Your Voter ID will be sent to your registered residential address.
  • The Election Commission of India (ECI) organizes drives and camps on a regular basis at Designated Photographic Locations (DPLs). Such camps will be announced on newspapers, TV and radio. Eligible Citizens can make use of such drives organized by ECI to get Voter ID card without the hassle of having to procure any application form.

How to track status in Uttar Pradesh

Tracking Voter ID Status Online

To check if your name has been included in the electoral rolls, you can follow the steps given below.

  • Visit the Uttar Pradesh CEO website(http://164.100.180.82/claims/).
  • For applicants who registered offline, select “Offline”.
    • You can search for your status using any of the three methods:
      • Search by Area - Select your district, assembly constituency, part, form type, and date.
      • Search by Name - Enter the applicant's name.
      • Search by ID - Enter the applicant’s form number.
    • Click on “Show” to generate your results.
  • For applicants who registered online, select the “Online” tab.
    • You can search for your status using any of the three methods:
      • Search by Area - Select your district, assembly constituency, part, and form type.
      • Search by Name - Enter the applicant's name.
      • Search by ID - Enter the applicant’s form number.
    • Click on “Show” to generate your results.

Tracking Voter ID status via SMS

To track your Voter ID status, you can send the following SMS to 9212357123.

  • UPEPIC voter ID number

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 Uttar Pradesh

In case your Voter ID has been stolen, lost or misplaced, you can get a duplicate Voter ID in Uttar Pradesh. All you have to do is fill a form and submit the same with supporting documents.

The steps given below elucidate how to get a duplicate Voter ID in Uttar Pradesh:

  • You can get a duplicate Voter ID card in Uttar Pradesh if your card is torn, stolen, lost or destroyed. In case it stolen, you must visit the nearest police station and file a FIR immediately. For the same, you will have to submit a letter to the police station mentioning clearly the loss of card, Voter ID card number, name, date and place of loss.
  • After the FIR has been filed, get a Form 002 issued by the Election Commission of India.
  • With the application form, submit supporting documents like age proof, address proof and identity proof. Also, in case you have lost your card, attach the FIR copy.
  • Submit the form and all documents at the nearest Election Commission Office. If all information are found to be correct, the duplicate Voter ID will be sent to your address.

Process of Voter ID Card Correction Online in Uttar Pradesh

If your name, photograph, father’s name, spouse’s name or EPIC number has been mentioned incorrectly, you must get it changed at once. Since a Voter ID card acts as your identity, it is of utmost importance that you have correct and updated information in the card to avoid any hassles in future.

To make a correction online in your Voter ID in Uttar Pradesh, just follow the simple steps given below:

  • Visit the website of Chief Electoral Officer of Uttar Pradesh. Select “Online Services for Voters” in the homepage. You have to choose“Application for correction to particulars entered in electoral roll”. Form 8 will be displayed on the screen for changing your particulars.
  • In Form 8, you will have to initially select Parliamentary or Assembly Constituency and your state. In the “Applicant’s Details” section, you must input your name, age, gender, part number of electoral roll, serial number in the part, details of family members whose name have been included in the electoral roll and information about present address including taluk.
  • You will have to choose “Upload” at the top left corner of the screen to upload documents including identity proof, age proof and address proof. Once the upload is done, you must also mention the particulars that are to be corrected. The following details printed on a Voter ID card can be corrected using Form 8.
    • Name of father, mother or spouse
    • Elector’s Photo Identity Card (EPIC) Number
    • Age
    • Gender
    • Name (Spelling, surname, initials)
    • Photograph
    • Address
  • Once you filled all fields in the form, you can save the form, reset it or click on submit. The details will be verified and the new Voter ID will be sent to your address.

Process of Voter ID Card Correction Offline in Uttar Pradesh

If you find any discrepancy in the details mentioned on your Voter ID card, you can get it corrected by visiting the Election Commission Office. Details like name, surname, initials, date of birth and photograph might be printed erroneously and must be corrected at once.

Follow the steps given below to make corrections in your Voter ID offline in Uttar Pradesh:

  • Obtain a Form 8 which is for correcting the details mentioned in your Voter ID. You can download it from the ECI website or get it at the nearest Election Commission Office. Fill in all particulars in the form completely and without any errors.
  • You must also attach supporting documents like address proof, photographs, identity proof and age proof along with the form. For example, if you want to change your photograph, you must attach an identity proof which has your correct photograph and also submit recent passport sized photographs.
  • Submit the form with all documents at the nearest Election Commission Office. Your application for change of details in Voter ID will be reviewed by the Election Commission Office and the updated Voter ID will be sent to your residential address.

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

More often than not, we have to shift our home to another new city or address because of events like marriage, job change and education. In such cases, we must always ensure that the address remains updated in the Voter ID card.

Follow the steps given below to update your address online in Uttar Pradesh:

  • Visit the website of Chief Electoral Officer of Uttar Pradesh. Select “Online Services for Voters”. The website will redirect you to National Voter's’ Services Portal (NVSP). In the resulting page, select Form 8 A for transposition within assembly.
  • Form 8 A will be displayed on the screen and you will have to select your parliamentary constituency and assembly before entering the personal details.
  • In the personal details section, you will be required to enter details like name, part number of electoral roll, surname, serial number of part, husband’s name / parent’s name, Elector’s Photo Identity Card Number, post office, town, taluka, mobile number and email address.
  • After entering your personal details, you must input the period of continuous residence at the address that has been mentioned on the date of application, the details of the applicant and part number to which the entry has to be transposed.
  • Before submitting the form, you must upload all KYC documents and photographs. If all details that you have mentioned are found to be correct, a new Voter ID with updated address will be sent to your address.

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

The address mentioned in your Voter ID must always remain relevant and updated. If you have shifted to a new constituency or assembly, you must also change the address in your Voter ID.

The process of changing the address mentioned in your Voter ID offline in Uttar Pradesh is given below:

  • Procure form 8 A from the nearest Election Commission office. Alternatively, you can download it from the National Voter’s Services Portal website. Form 8 A is prescribed by the Election Commission of India for transposition of entry in the electoral list.
  • Submit the form 8 A at the nearest Election Commission office for your area with all supporting documents like age proof and address proof.
  • Your application for a change of address in Voter ID will be reviewed and the Voter ID with updated address will be sent to your registered address by the Election Commission Office.

CEO, Uttar Pradesh

Chief Electoral Officer, Uttar Pradesh or CEO, UP works under the supervision and control of the Election Commission of India. Increasing communication between the voters of Uttar Pradesh and the Election Department of Uttar Pradesh is the aim of the website of Chief Electoral Officer, UP.

Know your application status on the website of CEO,UP:

Offline process:

  • Go to the official website of Chief Electoral Officer, Uttar Pradesh.
  • On the homepage of the website, you will see several links inside boxes.
  • Scroll down to the section that says Voter’s Services.
  • Under Voter’s services, find the link that says ‘Know Your Application Status’.
  • Click on ‘Know Your Application Status’. You will be navigated to a new page.
  • On the first box, enter the name of your district.
  • On the second box, choose your Assembly Constituency.
  • On the third box, select the part where you applied.
  • Select the type of form that you are looking for.
  • Enter the dates to specify the time period.
  • After you have filled up all the boxes carefully and correctly, click on ‘Show’. This should give you your desired results.
  • In case there are errors in your entries, you and click on ‘Clear’ and start filling up the data again.
  • On the same page, you can also find out information about your application status in two other ways:
    • You can enter your name in the box that says ‘Enter Applicant Name’.
    • You can enter the form number in the box that says ‘Enter Form No.’
    • Click on ‘Show’ after you enter the name/number to find your desired results.

Find your application status online on CEO Voter List UP-2018

  • Go to the official website of Chief Electoral Officer, Uttar Pradesh.
  • On the homepage of the website, you will see several links inside boxes.
  • Scroll down to the section that says Voter’s Services.
  • Under Voter’s services, find the link that says ‘Know Your Application Status’.
  • Click on ‘Know Your Application Status’. You will be navigated to a new page.
  • On the first box, enter the name of your district.
  • On the second box, choose your Assembly Constituency.
  • Select the type of form that you are looking for.
  • Enter your name in the box that says ‘Enter Applicant Name’ and click on show.
  • You can also enter the form number in the box that says ‘Enter Form No.’ instead of entering your name in the box that says ‘Enter Applicant Name’.
  • Click on show to find your desired results.

How to search for your name in the CEO Uttar Pradesh Voter’s list

The Uttar Pradesh 2017 election are just around the corner. If you wish to check or confirm the availability of your name in the voter’s list, there are two methods you can follow. Depending on the available information, you can follow the steps listed below:

Searching by EPIC number and/or name

  • Visit - http://www.ceouttarpradesh.nic.in/
  • You will find ‘Election Information’ section in the center of the page
  • Click on ‘Search Your Name in Electoral roll’
  • You will reach a web page where you need to select the search type from:
    • District Wise
    • Assembly Constituency Wise
    • Mohalla/Area Wise
  • Once you have entered the details, a new search section will be displayed
  • The new search section will allow you to search by:
    • EPIC number
    • Name
    • Name & Father/Husband's Name
  • Enter the details accurately and click on search to view your name in the list
  • The information is available in Hindi as well as the English language
  • If you can’t find your name, you can approach the District Election Officer (DEO) for the inclusion of your name

Downloading the electoral roll to check/verify a name

  • Visit - http://www.ceouttarpradesh.nic.in/
  • The center of the page displays a section – ‘Voter's Information System’
  • Select ’Elector Roll PDF’
  • A new web page will open to enter the District and Assembly Constituency (AC) information
  • Enter your District and AC details to perform a search
  • You will get a list of names of polling stations
  • Click on the ‘Electoral Roll’ link that corresponds to your polling station
  • A PDF file will open or get downloaded onto your computer
  • Open the file to view the complete list of voters and to find your name
  • Currently, this information is available only in the Hindi language

Electoral Roll PDF | Voter List UP PDF:

In order to download the Electoral Roll PDF, you need to follow the steps mentioned below:

  • Go to the official website of Chief Electoral Officer, Uttar Pradesh.
  • On the homepage of the website, you will see several links inside boxes.
  • Scroll down to the section that says Voter’s Information System.
  • Under this section, you will find a link that says ‘Electoral Roll PDF’.
  • You will be redirected to a different page called Voter List PDF when you click on the link.
  • On the first box, choose the district in which you live.
  • On the second box, select the Assembly Constituency.
  • After you enter the data correctly, click on ‘Show’.
  • A table will appear with the list of all the polling station names and their respective Electoral Roll PDFs.
  • Click on the Electoral Roll beside your Polling Station’s name and download the PDF.

Note: After you enter the data correctly, click on ‘Show’, all the information that you see is in Hindi language.

Need to Know about CEO Uttar Pradesh:

Other information like current issues, press releases, polling booth wise results for previous years, etc. can be availed on the website of Chief Electoral Officer, Uttar Pradesh.

UP Upcoming Elections Updates - 2017

Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections are going to take place in early 2017. By December, the Election Commission will be announcing the dates on which the voting will happen in Uttar Pradesh. A full term of five years is going to be completed by the SP (Samajwadi Party) government in 2017. Back in the year 2012, 224 seats were won by the Samajwadi Party, which gave them an easy and clean victory. On the other hand, BSP got reduced to 80 seats only. Indian National Congress got 28 seats and Bharatiya Janata Party got 47 seats in the 2012 Assembly Elections in Uttar Pradesh. The total number of assembly seats in the state legislature of Uttar Pradesh is 403.

Uttar Pradesh Polity Facts

Assembly Constituencies 403
Parliamentary Constituencies 80
Ruling Party Samajwadi Party
Opposition Party Bahujan Samaj Party
Governor Ram Naik
Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav
Chief Electoral Officer T. Venkatesh
UP Voter List

Dates for UP Election 2017

Uttar Pradesh has 403 seats and the elections will be conducted in 7 different phases.

  • Phase 1 will start of February 11, 2017.
  • Phase 2 will start on February 15, 2017.
  • Phase 3 will start on February 19, 2017.
  • Phase 4 will start on February 23, 2017.
  • Phase 5 will start on February 27, 2017.
  • Phase 6 will start on March 4, 2017 and
  • Phase 7 will start on March 8, 2017.

Phase 1: 73 constituencies

The last date of nominations is January 24, 2017. The nominations will be scrutinized on January 25, 2017. The last date for nomination withdrawal is January 27, 2017. Voting will be held on February 11, 2017. Counting of the votes will be done on March 11, 2017.

Phase 2: 67 constituencies

The last date of nominations is January 27, 2017. The nominations will be scrutinized on January 28, 2017. The last date for nomination withdrawal is January 30, 2017. Voting will be held on February 15, 2017. Counting of the votes will be done on March 11, 2017.

Phase 3: 69 constituencies

The last date of nominations is January 31, 2017. The nominations will be scrutinized on February 2, 2017. The last date for nomination withdrawal is February 4, 2017. Voting will be held on February 19, 2017. Counting of the votes will be done on March 11, 2017.

Phase 4: 53 constituencies

The last date of nominations is February 6, 2017. The nominations will be scrutinized on February 7, 2017. The last date for nomination withdrawal is February 9, 2017. Voting will be held on February 23, 2017. Counting of the votes will be done on March 11, 2017.

Phase 5: 52 constituencies

The last date of nominations is February 9, 2017. The nominations will be scrutinized on February 11, 2017. The last date for nomination withdrawal is February 13, 2017. Voting will be held on February 27, 2017. Counting of the votes will be done on March 11, 2017.

Phase 6: 49 constituencies

The last date of nominations is February 15, 2017. The nominations will be scrutinized on February 16, 2017. The last date for nomination withdrawal is February 18, 2017. Voting will be held on March 4, 2017. Counting of the votes will be done on March 11, 2017.

Phase 7: 40 constituencies

The last date of nominations is February 18, 2017. The nominations will be scrutinized on February 20, 2017. The last date for nomination withdrawal is February 22, 2017. Voting will be held on March 8, 2017. Counting of the votes will be done on March 11, 2017.

CM of UP - 2017

Ajay Singh Bisht, popularly known as Mahant Yogi Adityanath is an Indian priest. He has been an MP of the Gorakhpur constituency before campaigning for BJP. He was born in the year 1972 and his father was a forest ranger. He completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics from Hemwati Nandan Bahuguan Garhwal University.

Election Commission Uttar Pradesh

The Election Commission of Uttar Pradesh has been set up by the Government primarily to prepare and conduct free and fair elections in the state. The Commission allows people of Uttar Pradesh to register online. Apart from this, they can also check the status of their registrations. The website of the Commission provides all sorts of information about the elections conducted in the state to the people.

Mentioned below are names of some officers of the Election Commission of Uttar Pradesh.

Name of Position
Mr. S.K. Agarwal State Election Commissioner
Mr. Jai Prakash Singh HOD/Officer on Special Duty
Mr. Ved Prakash Verma Additional Election Commissioner
Mr. Rakesh Kumar Special Duty Officer
Mr. Rajni Kant Verma Finance & Account Officer

Note - The officers may be changed at any time by the Government.

Frequently Asked Questions on Voter ID & Election Commission Uttar Pradesh

India is the world’s largest democracy, hence it is safe to say that elections form the backbone of this form of government. In order to vote, citizens must have an ID called EPIC or Electors Photo Identity Card, also known as Voter ID. The Election Commission governs and is responsible for the process of election. Given below are some of the frequently asked questions regarding Voter ID and Election Commission in the state of Uttar Pradesh.

  1. Who can enroll themselves as voters?

    All Indian citizens who are above the age of 18 on 1st January of the concerned year, can vote (unless otherwise disqualified).

  2. Who are not allowed to vote?

    All individuals who are not of a sound mind and have been declared so by a competent court are not allowed to vote. Additionally, those who have indulged in corrupt activities regarding elections are also not allowed to vote.

  3. What is the relevant date for applicants to determine their age qualification?

    Section 14(b) of the RP Act, 1950 says that the qualifying date is January 1st of the year in which the electoral is being revised or prepared.

  4. What address proof should applicants provide in order to avail their Voter Card UP?

    Applicants can provide any of the following documents as proof of address:

    • Passbook
    • Passport
    • Driving License
    • Aadhaar Card or other government documents.
  5. Can an individual who is not a citizen of India, vote ?

    No, according to Article 326 of the Constitution, an individual who is not a citizen of India cannot vote.

  6. Can an Indian citizen who does not reside in the country, vote?

    Yes, according to certain provisions in the Amended Representation of the People Act, 2010, an Indian citizen who is not a resident of the country but has also not acquired the citizenship of another country, can vote.

  7. Can individuals enroll themselves in more than one place?

    No, individuals are not allowed to enroll themselves in more than one constituency as a voter.

  8. How can applicants procure a Voter ID and register themselves in the electoral roll?

    In order to register themselves as voters, applicants will have to submit a completed Form-6 and give it to the Electoral Registration Officer (ERO).

  9. What are the various forms available for procuring Voter ID UP?

    The forms that are available are:

    • Form 6 for inclusion of names
    • Form 7 for objection on any inclusion of names
    • Form 8 for correction of any entries
    • Form 8A for entry transposition
  10. In case an individual has shifted his/her residence, what are the changes that need to be made?

    In case an individual who already has a Voter ID has shifted residence within the same constituency, then the applicant will have to fill and submit Form 8A along with necessary documents and proof. In case the constituency is different, then Form 6 must be filled and submitted to the ERO in the area.

  11. In case an individual has lost their Voter ID UP, what should be done to avail a new one?

    In case someone has lost their Voter ID, he/she must first lodge an FIR with the police station. The individual will receive an new EPIC after a deposit of Rs.10.

  12. Who prepares Electoral rolls for Parliamentary or Assembly Constituency?

    The ERO or Electoral Registration Officer is responsible for this. In Uttar Pradesh, these are Additional District Magistrates or Sub-Divisional Magistrates.

  13. Who appoints an Electoral Registration Officer?

    The Election Commission of India, in consultation with the State or Union Territory Government appoints Local Authorities or an Officer of the Government as the Electoral Registration Officer.

    Additionally, the Election Commission of India also appoints one or more Assistant Electoral Registration Officers to assist the Electoral Registration Officer.

  14. Where can Form 6A be procured from?

    Applicants can procure Form 6A from the website of the Chief Electoral Officer of Uttar Pradesh or from the Election Commission of India’s office.

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Updates on Uttar Pradesh Election - 2018

  • Mayawati opts against contesting Lok Sabha polls

    Mayawati, the chief of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has opted against contesting Lok Sabha polls in 2019. The BSP supremo attributed the decision to the current political situation in the country. BSP has formed an alliance with Samajwadi Party and Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) to contest against its main rival BJP in the upcoming elections. As per reports, the senior leaders of BSP are not happy with the decision as they feel that if Mayawati would have contested the elections then the party would have had a greater chance of winning seats in the state. Under the current political scenario, they fear a repeat of the 2014 election results in which the party did not even win a single seat. Many experts believe that was because of a lack of clear political goal.

    27 March 2019

  • BJP to set up ‘Cyber Sena’ in UP consisting of 200,000 social media skilled workers

    Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has decided to set up ‘Cyber Sena’ which will consist of 200,000 social media workers in an effort to lure the voters. A meeting was held between the people responsible for handling the IT and the social media team of BJP and J.P.S Rathore, vice president of BJP in Uttar Pradesh. Rathore said that the cyber cell unit of the saffron party is planning to setup ‘Cyber Sena’ across the state with a ‘Cyber Yodha’ stationed in every polling booth across Uttar Pradesh.

    This initiative comes in the wake of general elections that are supposed to be held next year. The BJP has identified social media as a tool for communication of party messages to masses across the state and is planning to use this tool effectively. ‘Cyber Sena’ will consist of approximately 200,000 social media experts and will be ready for action in the next three months as per Rathore. The requirement from these social media experts will be to connect the new voters to the saffron party ideologies through social media. A key point of this whole campaign will be the propaganda of Namo app via the social media channels. Prime minister Narendra Modi connects to the people across the country via this app.

    17 June 2018

  • Ram Naik writes to CEC after being denied to vote

    Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik has written to the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) after he was denied the right to cast his vote in the elections to the council seat of the graduate constituency in his home state i.e Maharashtra. The development comes after election commission authorities in Maharashtra had informed Naik that he along with his wife Kunda could not cast their votes through postal ballot where voting is scheduled to be held on June 25. In his letter to the CEC, the governor had sought reasons as to why he and his wife were denied the facility of the postal ballot which comes under the Representation of the People Act even after asking for the ballot paper 10 days in advance. It needs to be mentioned here that it was Naik who has raised the issue of irregularities in the voters’ list for elections to local bodies in the state of Uttar Pradesh and requested an inquiry.

    15 June 2018

  • SP To Support BSP Candidate In UP Legislative Council Elections

    The Samajwadi Party (SP) will support its new partner, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) candidate in the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council elections, said SP chief Akhilesh Yadav. The Legislative Council elections to 13 seats will be held on April 26, 2018 and results will be announced on the same day. While BSP has nine seats in the 100-member UP Legislative Council, SP holds the majority of 61 seats. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), UP’s ruling party, has 13 seats.

    12 April 2018

  • Samajwadi party to support Bahujan Samaj Party’s candidate

    In the upcoming legislative council elections slated to be held in Uttar Pradesh, Samajwadi Party would be supporting the candidate of its new ally Bahujan Samaj Party. This was announced by Akhilesh Yadav, the chief of Samajwadi Party. Elections for 13 seats of the 100-member UP legislative council is slated to be held on April 26. It needs to be mentioned that Samajwadi party holds the majority in the council with 61 members with BSP and BJP having nine and thirteen members respectively. The SP and BSP became allies during the bypolls for the Lok Sabha seats of Gorakhpur and Phulpur and struck gold as they managed to win both seats. The wins were all the more sweet as they managed to grab the home turf of CM Yoginath, which is considered a BJP stronghold.

    12 April 2018

  • 2,947 register as new voters in Gautam Budh Nagar district

    As many as 2,947 people from Gautam Budh Nagar district submitted Form 6 - an application to include names in the voters list. Booth level officers (BLOs) have been distributing Form 6 while conducting a door-to-door campaign. The campaign ensures that all citizens of India above 18 years are registered. Although during the campaign by the BLOs, responses from people were feeble a total of 2,947 applications were submitted at the special booth camps to enlist names as new voters for Noida, Dadri and Jewar constituencies that come under Gautam Budh District.

    22 January 2018

  • 20 partially burnt voter ID cards raise suspicion

    The finding of 20 partially burnt voter ID cards after the recently concluded urban local body elections in Anupshahr has raised quite a few eyebrows. The incident which has been highlighted by the Bharatiya Janata Party candidate, who lost the elections has once again brought to light the fact that the election process was compromised.

    Bulandshahr District Magistrate (DM) Roshan Jacob stated to the Indian Express that the cards were found after the counting of votes. She added that the Additional DM has been directed to look into the matter and submit its report by Thursday.

    In a separate incident in the same district, five fake Aadhaar cards were found from the possession of two persons namely Mukesh and Rohdas on Saturday. They have been arrested by the police and are being interrogated to find out more information regarding the matter. Bulandshahr Superintendent of Police informed that a case has been registered under sections 466 and 468 of Indian Penal Code against the arrested duo.

    6 December 2017

  • Lucknow Municipal Corporation Nagar Nigam elections result 2017:Girl Power?

    Lucknow mayor's seat is considered as one of the most prestigious in the state. The results for the Lucknow Municipal Corporation Nagar Nigam elections 2017 is set to be announced on 01 December 2017. Just before the the elections could commence, on November 5, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had announced mayoral candidates for Ayodhya municipal corporation. This announcement was made two days before the last date for filing nominations for the first phase of urban local body polls. Though Lucknow is known for having  3 female MPs at different times, but it never had a female mayor. Follow the election updates to know more about this.

    1 December 2017

  • Lucknow Commissioner Will Probe The Irregularities Found in Voter List in UP Civic Polls

    Recently, the irregularities in voter list in the upcoming voter list in Lucknow caused a chaos in Uttar Pradesh. To put an end to this issue, the Election Commission has directed Anil Garg, Lucknow Commissioner to investigate this issue. SK Agarwal,  UP State Election Commissioner in a recent interview stated that they have received many complaints of missing names from voters and to decide if it was intentionally left out or not they have asked the Lucknow Commissioner to probe the matter. On the other hand, in the district level poll, Lucknow scored only 37.57% voting and the main reason behind such low voting rate may be because of the incomplete voter list.

    30 November 2017

  • Tampered Electronic Voting Machines found in UP

    For the first time in Kanpur and Meerut, the Electronic Voting Machines were found tampered. Whenever a voter tried voting for any other party, by default the vote would go to BJP. Though clarifications have been presented to prove that it is nearly impossible to tamper the machines, the Uttar Pradesh Election Commission was able to change the EVM instantly and resume the voting without any issues.

    27 November 2017

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