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Saturday 21 October 2017
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Himachal Elections 2017: 1, 25,556 new voters registered in the state

Shimla: Preparing well for ensuing Himachal Elections 2017, the election commission has completed the work on special revision of photo electoral rolls of all Assembly constituencies of the state.

Chief Electoral Officer, Himachal Pradesh Pushpendra Rajput informed that 1,25,556 new voters had been registered after special revision of the electoral rolls, which include 40,567 voters in the age group of 18-19 years and 84,989 voters above 19 years of age.

The names of 47,523 voters had also been deleted from voters list due to death or change of place or double registration.

Rajput said in all there had been increase of 78,033 voters (1.62 percent) in the state. Now there were 49, 05,677 registered voters in the state out of which 24, 98,174 were male and 24, 07,503 female voters.

He said that the highest voters in the state were 92,753 in Sulah Assembly constituency of Kangra district, whereas the minimum voters were 22,849 in Lahaul & Spiti constituency.

The election commission has also published on 15 September, 2017. The electoral rolls of all Assembly segments had been made available on the website of the State election department besides in District Election Offices, offices of SDM, ADM, Tehsildar, Naib Tehsildar and Booth Level Officers of every polling center, where anybody can check them free of cost.



Rahul Bhandari is Editor of TheNewsHimachal and has been part of the digital world for last eight years.