What is the Voter Helpline Number?

Last updated on Jun 15, 2022

The National, State and District Contact Centre Toll-Free number is 1950 and is operational between 8 am to 8 pm, both in Hindi and English. An agent will ask you for information regarding your name, mobile number and email ID and then you can ask for help regarding any issue. You can :

  • Ask for any information that you require about voting or voter ID card
  • File a complaint over the phone which they will register and they will give you the complaint ID Number over the phone which you can note down. You can use this number to follow up your complaint.
  • Ask for any suggestions or feedback regarding any issue that you face or know of.

You can even contact the Chief Electoral Officer of your area to get more information or help to navigate through the processes. The number for the CEO at Delhi is 1800111400. There is also a Voter Helpline App you can use. Read more about it here.

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