Delhi election 2020: How to check voter list, polling booth, and other FAQs

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The Delhi Assembly election 2020 will be held in a single phase on February 8 and the results will be declared on February 11. It will be a three-cornered contest this time among the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress. The AAP, led by the present Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, had seen a thumping victory in the 2015 Assembly elections, bagging 67 of the 70 seats in the Delhi Assembly. While the BJP had taken the remaining three seats, the Congress had failed to open its account.

The Model Code of Conduct for Delhi Assembly election 2020 came into effect after an announcement by Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora on January 13. There are 13,750 polling stations in Delhi.

Before the polling begins, here's what Delhi voters must know. given below are answers to some of the frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Delhi election:

How to check the name on the voter list

Step 1: Visit ceodelhi.gov.in
Step 2: Click on “Check your name in the Voters’ List” option on the homepage
Step 3: You will be directed to electoralsearch.in.
Step 4: Click on “search by details” or “search by EPIC No”
Step 5: Enter the required details and click on 'search'
Step 6: If your name is in the voter list, it will appear on the screen.

How to check name in the voter list through SMS, call and helpline app.

— Log on to electoralsearch.in

— Call the Voter Helpline 1950 (add your STD code before dialling)

— SMS <ECI> space <EPIC No> to 1950 (EPIC stands for Electors Photo Identity Card also commonly known as Voter ID card). Example – If your EPIC is 12345678 then sms ECI 12345678 to 1950

— Download Voter Helpline App

How to check Delhi Electoral Roll online?

CEO, Delhi has released the Electoral Roll for upcoming elections. Steps to check Delhi electoral roll online

Step 1: Visit ceodelhi.gov.in
Step 2: Click on “Electoral Roll Published on 06-JAN-2020”.
Step 3: Select a language from the given options on to see the PDF of recently published electoral roll. 
Step 4: If you want to check the main roll click on “MAIN ROLL” link and if you want to check the modified list than click on the “MODIFICATION” tab.
Step 5: On selecting the respective option, the list of all the Assembly Constituencies (AC) will appear. 
Step 6: You have to click on your constituency
Step 7: The 'part no', locality and locality details under the selected constituency will appear.
Step 8: Click on 'part no.' link
Step 9: Enter the “captcha code” and click on the “next” tab
Step 10: The electoral roll pdf for selected candidate locality will appear. You can search for your name on the list.

How to find your polling booth?

— Voters can go to electoralsearch.in or use Voter Helpline App to find their polling booth
— Voters can call the Voter Helpline, the number is 1950
— For Polling station location SMS <ECIPS> space <EPIC No> to 1950

What if your name is not on the voters' list?

Contact the officers concerned if your name is not on the electoral roll. Sort out all the matters related to the electoral roll and voter list before the commencement of polls in Delhi.

What to do if your Voter ID card is not received?

 
If you haven’t received the Voter ID Card or any notification, please follow the steps to check the status:

— Visit - NVSP Online Application Status Portal
— Enter your reference number for online application (received while submitting form 6)
— Click ‘Track Status’
— You will see the status of your application.

3:01 PM IST Seems like BJP is worried over Delhi Assembly elections, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi said on Wednesday after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the formation of the Ram Temple trust.   "Session of Parliament will end on February 11, the announcement could have come after 8th February. Seems like BJP is worried over Delhi elections. It (formation of trust) was the decision of Supreme Court which is supreme," Owaisi told ANI.   "After the judgement on Ram Temple case came, we said that the Supreme Court is supreme. The Supreme Court had said that placing idols in Masjid and demolition is a criminal act and a national shame. Today, the Prime Minister announced this. The court said that the trust will be formed... We can't forget Babri masjid demolition," he said.

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Seems like BJP is worried over Delhi polls, says Owaisi on Ram Temple trust announcement

Seems like BJP is worried over Delhi Assembly elections, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi said on Wednesday after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the formation of the Ram Temple trust.
 
"Session of Parliament will end on February 11, the announcement could have come after 8th February. Seems like BJP is worried over Delhi elections. It (formation of trust) was the decision of Supreme Court which is supreme," Owaisi told ANI.
 
"After the judgement on Ram Temple case came, we said that the Supreme Court is supreme. The Supreme Court had said that placing idols in Masjid and demolition is a criminal act and a national shame. Today, the Prime Minister announced this. The court said that the trust will be formed... We can't forget Babri masjid demolition," he said.

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