- Expatriates will not be able to e-vote in Assembly elections this time
- The Union Ministry of External Affairs has said that the e-voting system will not be implemented for all expatriates at once
- The procedures for e-voting for expatriates have not been finalized
At the same time, expatriates will not be able to e-vote in Assembly elections this time. The Union Ministry of External Affairs has informed the Commission that the e-voting system will not be implemented for all expatriates at once. The procedures for e-voting for expatriates have not been finalized. The Central Government has informed the Election Commission about this. Only expatriates can vote during the election.
The Election Commission has announced a significant increase in the number of polling booths in Kerala, where assembly elections are being held in the wake of the coup. Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said the number of booths would increase by 89.65%.
There will be 40,771 polling booths in Kerala. In 2016, there were 21,794 polling booths. Kerala will go to the polls on April 6. The counting of votes will take place on May 2. Voting in the state will be from 7 am to 7 pm, Chief Election Commissioner Tikaram Meena said. Voting will take place on April 6 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voting time, which was up to six hours, was extended by one hour in the Kovid background. The last hour will be for Kovid patients, those with Kovid symptoms and those under observation.
Remember? This historical monument was a star during the election period