Uttar Pradesh is one of the most populated states in India. It is touched to Nepal border and has most of the land in plain side. It is the land blessed with a variety of cultural diversity and so many historical heroes such as Rama, Krishna, and Mahatma Gandhi who made it their center of activity; the state has two major rivers Ganga and Yamuna. The People of Uttar Pradesh elect their representatives by voting every five years but in a populated country as India a lot of malpractices occur during voting. Hence to avoid such mal practices the Election Commission of India has come up with the concept of “Voter ID Card”
Thanks to internet for making life simpler. Long queues can now be avoided, no sweating in government offices and obtaining an important document like voter ID card by sitting at home.
The people of Uttar Pradesh can now get their voter ID by using the Chief Electoral Officer CEO official website of Uttar Pradesh. Voter ID card is an identification card which you can be used for various purposes in banking services, as your address proof, for your photo ID along with government and non-government services.
Any citizen who is having permanent residence in Uttar Pradesh state and is above 18 years can get a Voter ID card. You also have to show your date of birth certificate but if you don’t have it in that case you can also use your metric pass documents to proof your age that you are above 18 years old.
Voter ID Card Uttar Pradesh
The CEO of Uttar Pradesh- Mr Sinha has worked a lot towards its development and making a complex procedure of election a simpler task for the literate and illiterate as well. Transparency in election process has been achieved in Uttar Pradesh which results in data being now managed electronically. The Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) also supervises the election work related to Assembly and Parliament elections of the State.
Uttar Pradesh voter list
To be able to vote your name is a must in the Uttar Pradesh’s voter list.
We here to guide you on how to search your name in Voter ID list of Uttar Pradesh–
• District Wise
• Assembly Const. wise
• Mohalla / Area Wise
Now select the option from which you want to check your name in voter list of Uttar Pradesh CEO.
District Wise – To check the District wise first you will have to select the your district name from pull down menu and after that enter your “EPIC NO” or “NAME” after that click to the search button and get full information.
Assembly Const. Wise – In this section you will have to select your district name from the list and after that select your AC. Now select the option from which you want to check your name in voter list of Uttar Pradesh there are two options available via “EPIC NO” and via “NAME” then click to the submit button and get details.
Mohalla / Area Wise – Here you need to select first your district and after that enter your mohalla name and get full information and check your name in voter list.
Voter ID Card Uttar Pradesh
How to Get Voter ID card in Uttar Pradesh via Online – To make your Voter ID card in Uttar Pradesh you have to fill form number 6. The online facility for new voter ID card is available through the official website of CEO UP. You should visit the www.ceouttarpradesh.nic.in website and select the option of “Online Voters Registration System” then you will get the page of www.eci-citizenservices.nic.in here you will get a login page. The current page will have 4 parts as follows:
- Officer Contact List
- Online Application
- New User Registration
- Forgot Password
Officer Contact List – Through the Officer Contact list you can get the contact information of your nearby officer which is available. He is also known as BLO (board level officer)
Online Application – In the section of application you need to check the page where you can download the form to know about your officers and can get the application form for complaint.
New User Registration – If you are a new user and just has crossed 18 years age then click to the option of new user registration here you will get a page. You have to enter your mobile number along with your e-mail ID.
Mobile number is compulsory to fill.
After that you will get a confirmation code and then fill the application form online with your required documents
List of Valid Proof Documents
You can submit the following documents as proof for obtaining Voter ID Card in UP
The following documents can be used as ID proof- Passport/ Driving License/ Pan-card/ Aadhaar Card
The following documents can be used –
• Bank/Kisan/Post office current Pass Book
• Bank statement from Nationalized (i.e. Government) bank
• Applicant‘s Passport/Driving License/Income Tax Assessment Order
• Latest Water/Telephone/Electricity/Gas Connection Bill for that address either in the name of the applicant or that of his/her immediate relation like parents. ( If document is in the name of immediate relation for e.g. father’s name, then a document showing the relationship should be kept. For example driving license containing father’s name)
If you do not have any of the First Preference Documents, then you should submit 2 of the below documents
• Ration Card
• Bank statement of any non-nationalized bank
• Notarized Rent Agreement
Date of Birth (DOB) Proof:
The following documents can be used (This is required only if your age is between 18 year to 21 years. It is not required if you are older than 21 years.)
• Passport/ Driving License/ Pan-card
• Class 10 marksheet
• Birth Certificate issued by a Municipal Authorities or District Office of the Register of Births & Deaths or Baptism Certificate
• Birth Certificate from the school (Govt. /Recognized) last attended by the applicant or any other recognized educational institution
• A certificate of his age given by a Sarpanch of the Gram Panchayat or by a member of the concerned Municipal Corporation /Municipal Committee.
Various Voter ID Card Forms
There are a number of Voter ID Card Forms for various reasons. Their usages are as follows:
Form 6: Application for inclusion of name in electoral roll or change of address from one assembly constituency to other assembly constituency.
Form 6A: Application for inclusion of name in electoral roll by an overseas elector.
Form 7: Application for objection to inclusion of name in electoral roll
Form 8: Application for objection to particulars entered in electoral roll.
Form 8A: Application for transposition of entry in electoral roll.
Form 002: Application for Duplicate Elector’s Photo Identity Card.
Form 18 Hindi: Claim for Inclusion of Name in the Electoral Roll for Graduates’ Constituency.
Form 18 English: Claim for Inclusion of Name in the Electoral Roll for Graduates’ Constituency.
Form 19 Hindi: Claim for Inclusion of Name in the Electoral Roll for Teachers’ Constituency.
Form 19 English: Claim for Inclusion of Name in the Electoral Roll for Teachers’ Constituency.
Election 2014 and Uttar Pradesh
Riding on the Modi wave and Amit Shah’s clear strategy, The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) made a stunning comeback in Uttar Pradesh. The party bagged the maximum seats, BJP won on 71 out of the 80 Lok Sabha seats. The BJP registered its best ever performance in Uttar Pradesh. In 1998, the party had won 57 seats in an undivided Uttar Pradesh which then had 85 seats.
Here we bring to you the list of winners from the Uttar Pradesh:
DR. RAM SHANKAR KATHERIA- BJP- Agra
DEVENDRA SINGH – BJP- Akbarpur
SATISH KUMAR -BJP – Aligarh
SHYAMA CHARAN GUPTA-BJP- Allahabad
HARI OM PANDEY-BJP-Ambedkar Nagar
RAHUL GANDHI -Cong- Amethi
KANWAR SINGH TANWAR-BJP-Amroha
MULAYAM SINGH YADAV-SP-Azamgarh
DHARMENDRA YADAV- SP-Badaun
DR. SATYA PAL SINGH-BJP-Baghpat
SADHVI SAVITRI BAI FOOLE-BJP-Bahraich
BHAIRON PRASAD MISHRA-BJP-Banda
PRIYANKA SINGH RAWAT-BJP-Barabanki
SANTOSH KUMAR GANGWAR-BJP-Bareilly
ASHOK KUMAR DOHAREY-BJP-Etawah
Faizabad LALLU SINGH-BJP-Etawah
BABULAL- BJP-Fatehpur Sikri
AKSHAY YADAV -SP- Firozabad
DR.MAHESH SHARMA-BJP-Gautam Buddh Nagar
V K Singh-BJP-Ghaziabad
KIRTI VARDHAN SINGH-BJP-Gonda
KP SINGH CHANDEL-BJP-Hamirpur
RAJESH KUMAR DIWAKER-BJP-Hathras
BHANU PRATAP SINGH VERMA-BJP-Jalaun
KRISHNA PRATAP ‘K.P.’-BJP-Jaunpur
BRIJ BHUSAN SHARAN SINGH-BJP-Kaiserganj
DIMPLE YADAV -SP-Kannauj
Murli Manohar Joshi-BJP-Kanpur
VINOD KUMAR SONKAR -BJP-Kaushambi
AJAY KUMAR- BJP-Kheri
RAJESH PANDEY- BJP-Kushi Nagar
NEELAM SONKAR- BJP-Lalganj
RAJ NATH SINGH- BJP-Lucknow
RAM CHARITRA NISHAD- BJP-Machhlishahr
Mulayam Singh Yadav -SP-Mainpuri
Hema Malini- BJP-Mathura
RAJENDRA AGARWAL -BJP-Meerut
ANUPRIYA SINGH PATEL- AD-Mirzapur
ANJU BALA -BJP-Misrikh
KUNWER SARVESH KUMAR-BJP-Moradabad
SANJEEV KUMAR BALYAN-BJP-Muzaffarnagar
KESHAV PRASAD MAURYA-BJP-Phulpur
Maneka Gandhi- BJP-Pilibhit
KUWAR HARIVANSH SINGH-AD-Pratapgarh
Sonia Gandhi-Cong-Rae Bareli
DR. NEPAL SINGH- BJP-Rampur
SHARAD TRIPATHI -BJP-Sant Kabir Nagar
KRISHNA RAJ- BJP-Shahjahanpur
DADDAN MISHRA- BJP-Shrawasti
RAJESH VERMA -BJP-Sitapur
SWAMI S HSAKSHI -BJP-Unnao
Narendra Modi – BJP-Varanasi