Belur: There are total 197102 voters in the taluk. Among them there are 99236 males, 97862 females and 04 others. If compared to the number of women, the number has increased by 1374, Assistant Election Officer Tahsildar M. Mamata said.
Speaking to the newspaper in his office, he said that in 2018 when the assembly elections were held, there were 190465 voters in the taluk, now it has increased to 197102. That is, 6637 percent voters have increased.
There are total 3461 disabled voters, 3388 between 18 to 19 years, and 4690 voters aged 80 years and above in the taluk. The Election Commission said it has allowed senior citizens above 80 years of age to cast their votes from home if they have disabled foxes and persons infected with Covid-19 identified in the electoral roll data source.
The electorate should make the elections successful by voting without fear and without any temptations and temptations and the voters should strengthen the democratic spirit by voting fearlessly without any temptations. The country’s democratic system is a model for the world. Voters are allowed to exercise their right to vote only during elections. Compulsory voting is the right of every citizen of India.
Therefore, the policy of assembly elections in the taluk is to request that everyone should vote compulsorily without losing the right to vote in the election
He said that the code has been implemented and everyone should follow it strictly.