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Coimbatore

Voter ID cards will be issued in Feb to those who applied via special camps: Collector

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Collector K Rajamani informed that voter ID cards will be issued in February to those who had applied to add and amend their names in the special camps held in Coimbatore. Assembly elections are likely to be held in Tamil Nadu in the next four or five months. A draft voter list was released on November 16, 2019. A total of 29, 97,733 people were recorded for the 10 constituencies in Coimbatore.

Special correction camps were held in November and December last year to ensure that 18-year-olds who were not on the voter list could be added before the election and to make various amendments including removal and change of address. About 1,17,858 people applied for the registration and another 1,70,419 applied for amendments.

Collector Rajamani said that new voter ID cards will be issued to those who had applied during the special camps with the verification work currently on. The voter list will release on January 20. One can also apply at the DRO offices for addition, deletion and correction of names in the voter list till the election. You can also apply online. The list of voters will be released before the election, said the Collector.

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