1. BMC Elections 2017: Voting tomorrow, here are all the high-tech tips–from finding your name to reaching the poll booths

BMC Elections 2017: Voting tomorrow, here are all the high-tech tips–from finding your name to reaching the poll booths

BMC Elections 2017: Check your name on the voters list- This can be done by a visit to the website ceo.maharashtra.gov.in, click on ‘Electoral Search Engine’ to the left of the page. Follow the following steps to check the list by your name.

By: | Updated: February 20, 2017 7:15 PM
It is important to find your polling booth through a mobile app. This can be done by finding your polling booth through a mobile app. It is important to find your polling booth through a mobile app. This can be done by finding your polling booth through a mobile app.

BMC Elections 2017: Check your name on the voters list- This can be done by a visit to the website ceo.maharashtra.gov.in, click on ‘Electoral Search Engine’ to the left of the page. Follow the following steps to check the list by your name.

Visit the BMC website www.mcgm.gov.in. Click on the election department tab to the left of the page. Click on Voter list tab, from where you will be directed to the final voter list tab. Click on your electoral ward number and search for your voter ID number.

It is important to find your polling booth through a mobile app. This can be done by finding your polling booth through a mobile app. This is how you can do that– Visit the BMC website www.mcgm.gov.in,

Click on the election department tab to the left, Click on Prabhag-wise polling booth list for MCGM Election 2017, from where you will be directed to the administrative ward, look for the booth using your voter

ID number, Go to state election commission’s mobile application True voter.

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You can also check your booth number with your name or voter ID number. The GPS-enabled application will also direct voters to their polling booths. Citizens can also check their polling booths on MCGM

(BMC) website www.mcgm.gov.in/localbodyvoterlist.maharashtra.gov.in and operatiomblack.dot.in.

According to the final list, released by the electoral department of the BMC, 13 political parties will slug it out to make it to the power corridors of the cash-rich civic body in the Brihanmumbai Municipal

Corporation elections. The major parties include Shiv Sena, Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress (INC), Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), Samajwadi

Party, BSP and others. A total of 2,275 candidates, which include 1,190 males, 1,084 females and one transgender, are in fray for the 227 seats of BMC.

The results will be declared on February 23. Several corporate firms in Mumbai are likely to keep flexible office timings on the polling day tomorrow so as to ensure a larger voter turnout. Mumbai First, a city-based think tank, is in talks with 10-15 corporate houses and business groups in the city to let their employees go out and vote.

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    sushant tukaram
    Feb 21, 2017 at 11:49 am
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