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Voters asked to collect new ID cards in Odisha

The EC has released the final voter list in erstwhile Adilabad district, where there are 20.84 lakh voters in ten constituencies.

Published: 10th February 2020 12:13 PM  |   Last Updated: 10th February 2020 12:13 PM   |  A+A-

A polling official applies indelible ink on the finger of a voter during the Delhi Assembly elections at a polling station.

Image used for representational purposes. (Photo | PTI)

By Express News Service

ADILABAD: After deciding to release the new 10-digit Electors Photo Identity Cards (EPIC), the Election Commission (EC) appealed the voters to collect the new cards from the Mandal tahsildar offices. It may be mentioned here that old epic cards had 14 digits.

The EC has released the final voter list in erstwhile Adilabad district, where there are 20.84 lakh voters in ten constituencies. In Mancherial constituency there are 2.51 lakhs voters, in Nirmal 2.40 lakhs, Mudhole 2.31 lakhs, Adilabad 2.24 lakhs and Bellampelli 1.61 lakh of voters. Nirmal  District Collector Musharaff Ali Faruqui appealed the voters to collect the new cards from the polling booths and tahsildar office.

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