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More than 1 Lakh Voters Removed from Electoral Poll in Assam

  by NEWSNER , 2020-12-30 11:00:05


More than 1 Lakh Voters Removed from Electoral Poll in Assam

The Assam government on Monday said names of over 1.3 lakh people have been erased from the as of late electoral roll. In a composed answer to a question from Congress MLA Sherman Ali Ahmed, Election Minister Keshab Mahanta said the erased names essentially involve the individuals who have moved forever or are dead voters.

 

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The minister said an aggregate of 1,31,859 names were erased from the photograph constituent move after the draft list was distributed on November 18 this year. 

 

He said that according to the Registration of Electors Rules, 1960, the Electoral Registration Officer can strike off names of dead voters or people not an occupant of specific supporters before the last distribution of the citizen list. 

 

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On November 18, the draft constituent moves for the 126 assembly constituencies in Assam were distributed, containing 2.24 crore electors, including 1.17 lakh newbies. 

 

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Latest Draft:

 

The draft list, notwithstanding, saw an expansion of 76,020 voters from the keep going the last roll distributed on February 14 this year. 

 

The political decision to the 126-part Assam Assembly is likely in March-April of one year from now. 

 

The 2016 decisions gave a broke order and no gathering has a flat out larger part in the current assembly.

 

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