Did you know that India had 911,950,734 registered voters during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections?

Your Guide to Voting

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How can this guide help you?

The Nyaaya Guide on Voting helps you understand everything you need to know about voting in India with simple language and easy to understand illustrations. This guide tells you about the steps involved in getting your voter id, casting your vote, understanding the different kinds of elections, exercising your right to vote for none of the above (NOTA) candidates, how NRIs can vote and also how to complain during elections.


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This post deals voting process.Before you go to the polling station, please verify if your name is on the electoral roll of your constituency.

What is a Voting Machine?

An Electronic Voting Machine consists of two Units – a Control Unit and a Balloting Unit – joined by a five-meter cable.

Can you vote without a Voting Card?

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What happens on a Voting Day?

The announcement of voting dates will be made by the Election Commission of India and it is made available on their website.

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A registered service voter in home constituency and posted elsewhere during elections, will be sent postal ballots.