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Lok Sabha Election 2024 Phase 2: Voters should bring their Voter ID card and an acceptable form of identification to their assigned polling booth.

The second round of voting for the 18th Lok Sabha elections is scheduled for Friday, April 26. It will encompass 89 Lok Sabha constituencies spread across 13 states, including Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Kerala, Manipur, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Tripura, Rajasthan, West Bengal, and Jammu & Kashmir.

In the initial voting phase on April 19, the voter turnout was roughly 64 percent, showing a decline from the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, which witnessed a turnout of about 70 percent.

The remaining five phases of the Lok Sabha election 2024 are scheduled for May 7, May 13, May 20, May 25, and June 1. Vote counting will take place on June 4, with the results announced on the same day.

On May 13, both Andhra Pradesh and Odisha will hold Assembly elections concurrently with the Lok Sabha election.

Before heading to vote on Friday, it’s crucial to verify a few essential details: Voters must ensure they bring their Voter ID card or a valid form of identification to their assigned polling booth for verification by polling officials.

Voters will not be able to cast a ballot on the designated day if they do not verify that their names are included in the electoral roll. The Election Commission of India’s official website can be used to verify this information.

Lok Sabha Election 2024 Phase 2: Voting Documents

To cast their ballot, voters must bring a voter ID card and one of these identity-proving documents to the polls.

  • Voter ID
  • PAN card
  • Passport
  • MNREGA job card
  • Driving license
  • Aadhaar card
  • Smart card issued under NPR by RGI
  • Passbook featuring a photo issued by a state bank or post office.
  • Service identity cards with photos issued to employees by the central/state government/PSU/public limited corporation.
  • Pension documents with photographs
  • Smart cards for health insurance given under the Ministry of Labor’s program
  • Official identity cards issued to Members of Parliament (MPs), Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs), Members of Legislative Council (MLCs), etc.

To check their names on the electoral roll, voters can visit and provide their personal details such as EPIC number, state, constituency, and region name. Alternatively, they can search for their names on the electoral roll by using their registered mobile number.

Also Read: Election Commission

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