Lok Sabha elections 2014: Know easy steps to get your Voter ID card

New Delhi, March 6: As the Election Commission of India on Wednesday announced the schedule for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, starting from April 7 to May 12 in total nine phases, the 81.5 crore Indian electorate is also gearing up to elect the next leader of their country.

But to exercise their "right to vote", the basic thing that they require is to have a "Voter ID card".

To be a part of the one of the most exciting general elections in India, ever to take place, get to know the procedure of getting your voter ID card handy in the following simple ways:

So, here's the News you can Use:

Get yourself registered online. Click here for online registration

Get your name registered in the voters' list by filling the "Form 6" at camps, that will be organised in various parts of the country on March 11. Click here to fill Form 6

If you are an Indian, but living outside the country, then fill the "Form 6 A" and get your name registered in voters' list.
Click here to fill Form 6 A

If there are errors in your Voter ID card related to your name or address, then get it corrected by filling "Form 8".
Click here to fill Form 8

If your residential address has been changed, then get it updated by filling "Form 8 A". Click here to fill Form 8 A

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