Lok Sabha election 2019 is around the corner, and ahead of that date, we help you check if your voter name or voter ID is part of the voter list. Voting is a crucial part of any democracy and India is no exception to that. With general elections of 2019 approaching and state elections to be held before that, it’s always better to check if your name is still on electoral rolls in India. Voter lists keep changing in the country and sometimes it means that your name could be missing from the electoral rolls.
If you want to vote in any election, whether it’s the Parliamentary elections of 2019 or state elections, you need to have a voter identity card issued by the Election Commission of India and your name should be on the electoral rolls. Just having a voter ID is not enough for you to cast your vote whether you’re in Delhi, Bihar, West Bengal, Telangana, Maharashtra, or any other state in India. That’s why it’s very important to check if your name is on voter list well in advance of the elections.