Udupi: 4,253 youth added to voters' list during – DC Kurma Rao

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (EP)

Udupi, Jan 21: As many as 4,253 new young voters' names have been registered during the revision of the current voter’s list, said deputy commissioner Kurma Rao M.

He was speaking after handing over the copies of the voters' list that includes their photographs prepared by the Indian Election Commission effective from January 1, 2022, at the deputy commissioner’s court hall on Friday, January 21.

“The revised list has a total of 10,12,842 voters. Of them 4,87,676 are men, 5,25,155 women and 11 belong to the third gender. In all, 7,862 applications were received for new additions, 16,815 for deletion, 2,962 for corrections and 552 for change of Vidhan Sabha constituencies during the current process of revisions,” he informed.

“A four-day long special campaign was held for revision of the voters' list in the district. Awareness was created among people during the Lasika Mitra programme held during the visits to houses. The voters are provided necessary information through free helpline number 1950 also,” Rao added.

The deputy commissioner handed over the finalized soft copy of voters' list to various political party representatives in a CD.

Additional deputy commissioner Sadashiva Prabhu, representatives of district BJP, Congress, JDS and CPIM political parties were present.




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