Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Now Underway: How To Find And Generate Your Voter Slip Online For Voting During Third Phase

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Published:


  • Check out how you could generate yoour voter slip online
  • Also check before you vote, for your voting credentials

With the third phase of voting during the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 now underway, it is vital that all voters get to cast their votes. A key factor that enables voter eligibility is the voter credentials In the electoral rolls and the voter slip that needs to be carried to the booth during voting. In this regard, it does a world of good to check out how you could generate your voting slips online whilst finding out your credentials in your electoral rolls. This would eliminate the need to once again stand in long queues just to obtain your voter slip – containing your details from agents of political parties.  

Voting slips generated online qualify 

Here, you should remember that the polling officers accept online voter slips, and upon scrutinizing these, enable voting after verifying your photo ID cards and inking your finger. Here, you should now that there is a National Voters’ Service Portal by the Election Commission of India ECI) through which you could check if your name appears in your local electoral rolls. An online voter slip is also generated, you could carry a printout of this to the polling out when you go out to cast your votes.  

Firstly, click here to check out the National Voters’ Service Portal now, and to directly navigate searching your details and generating the online voters slip. USP here is the fact that you could apply online for a wide variety of voting-related service such as application to get your name included in the electoral rolls in case you shift residence, application for corrections to your credentials, and more.  

Plus, details of all concerned officials are offered right at your fingertips. At this point in time, there are even a multitude of applications that offer voter details but you are always at risk with third-party apps whose sources cannot always be trusted; you are better off with official sources in this regard. Isn’t it? 

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