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Lok Sabha election: How to find your polling booth in Bangalore

Lok Sabha Elections 2019, How to Find Polling Booth online: Here is all that you need to know to find your polling booth and to cast your vote for the Lok Sabha elections in Bangalore on April 18.

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Lok Sabha Elections 2019, How to Find your Polling Booth online: More than 90 lakh voters are on the final voters’ list from five constituencies in and around Bangalore, namely Bangalore North, Bangalore Central, Bangalore South, Bangalore Rural and Chikkaballapur are going to vote in the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 which is already underway, the second phase of the same which will take place on April 18 includes Bangalore as well.

Here is all that you need to know to find your polling booth and to cast your vote in Bangalore.

Also Read: How to check name in voters list in Bangalore

Finding the polling booth in Bangalore:

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In a city like Bangalore, you should find the correct polling booth of your constituency to cast your vote. A registered voter can find his/her polling booth by sending an SMS. Type KAEPIC<space> your electoral ID Card number and send it to 9731979899 or voter can use the Voter Helpline App, developed by the Election Commission, to find their polling booth.

The voters can also find details about their constituency by open source tools such as To locate the Parliamentary constituency and the location of the polling booth by voters name can be seen on

What if you’re not allowed to vote:

If your name is not registered in the voter’s list, you will be denied by the polling booth officials to cast vote, hence make sure to find you are registered your name and make sure that you have landed in a correct polling booth. Still, you have any questions and doubts you can contact district contact centre at 1950.

You will be able to cast your vote as long as your name is present in the electoral rolls. If you do not have a Voter ID, other forms of photo ID are accepted. The accepted IDs by the Election Commission are Passport, Driving License, Service Identity Cards with photograph issued to employees by Central/State Govt PSUs/Public Limited Companies, Passbooks with photograph issued by Bank/Post Office, PAN Card,Smart Card issued by RGI under NPR,MNREGA Job Card, Health Insurance Smart Card issued under the scheme of Ministry of Labour, Pension document with photograph,Authenticated Photo Voter Slip issued by the election machinery,Official identity cards issued to MPs/MLAs/MLCs and Aadhaar Card.


First published on: 17-04-2019 at 07:23:39 pm
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