The Maharashtra Election Commission has set October 14 as the last date for enrolment in the voters’ list for the 15 municipal corporations, including Mumbai, going to polls early next year. State Election Commissioner JS Saharia said people will have the opportunity to enrol themselves as voters till October 14.
He said the voter list, which will be updated till January 1, 2017 for the next Assembly elections, will be used for the forthcoming local body polls as well.
“Hence, those completing 18 years of age as on January 1, 2017 can enrol themselves as voters,” he said.
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The existing voters will also have an opportunity to make changes in the list, he added.
“Names of those voters who have changed residence, duplication of names and deceased family members can be deleted,” Saharia said.