National Voters Day: Now you will not have to go to your assembly or Lok Sabha constituency to vote. Now your voter ID card is also going to be digital and soon you will be able to cast your vote from anywhere in the country. The Election Commission of India is now preparing in this direction. On the eve of National Voters Day, Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Sunil Arora gave information about this.
The Chief Election Commissioner said that the Election Commission is working on many important projects of the future electoral process. He said that we are already working on a remote voting project in collaboration with IIT Madras and other institutions. Modern technology is being used in this and the progress report of this project is very good.
Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad is going to launch an electronic version of the Voter ID card on Monday, which can be downloaded on a mobile phone or a personal computer.
This e-elector photo identity card will be available in a non-editable version, ie you will not be able to edit it. You will be able to keep it in places like a digital locker. According to the information received from the Election Commission, if you want to keep the print out of it, you can also extract its PDF Narjan.
The Election Commission said in its statement, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad will launch the e-EPIC program and distribute elector photo identity cards to five voters.
Aadhaar card, PAN card, driving license are already available in digital mode. Elector voter ID cards, which came in 1993, are used for both identification and address.