"Only Around 7 Lakh": Final Voter List To Counter "Non-Local" Fear In Jammu And Kashmir, Say Sources

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Publish Date : 2022-11-24


"Only Around 7 Lakh": Final Voter List To Counter "Non-Local" Fear In Jammu And Kashmir, Say Sources

Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of 10 per cent in the total number. The exercise, carried out after a gap of more than three years, will be formally complete on Friday. In August, Jammu and Kashmir's Chief Electoral Officer had said that 20-25 lakh new voters would be added during the Special Revision, and that non-locals ordinarily living in the UT would be enrolled. That statement triggered a major controversy and backlash from regional parties who alleged that the central government of the BJP was trying to change poll outcome with inclusion of "imported" voters.

Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of 10 per cent in the total number. The exercise, carried out after a gap of more than three years, will be formally complete on Friday. In August, Jammu and Kashmir's Chief Electoral Officer had said that 20-25 lakh new voters would be added during the Special Revision, and that non-locals ordinarily living in the UT would be enrolled. That statement triggered a major controversy and backlash from regional parties who alleged that the central government of the BJP was trying to change poll outcome with inclusion of "imported" voters.Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of 10 per cent in the total number. The exercise, carried out after a gap of more than three years, will be formally complete on Friday. In August, Jammu and Kashmir's Chief Electoral Officer had said that 20-25 lakh new voters would be added during the Special Revision, and that non-locals ordinarily living in the UT would be enrolled. That statement triggered a major controversy and backlash from regional parties who alleged that the central government of the BJP was trying to change poll outcome with inclusion of "imported" voters.Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of 10 per cent in the total number. The exercise, carried out after a gap of more than three years, will be formally complete on Friday. In August, Jammu and Kashmir's Chief Electoral Officer had said that 20-25 lakh new voters would be added during the Special Revision, and that non-locals ordinarily living in the UT would be enrolled. That statement triggered a major controversy and backlash from regional parties who alleged that the central government of the BJP was trying to change poll outcome with inclusion of "imported" voters.Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of 10 per cent in the total number. The exercise, carried out after a gap of more than three years, will be formally complete on Friday. In August, Jammu and Kashmir's Chief Electoral Officer had said that 20-25 lakh new voters would be added during the Special Revision, and that non-locals ordinarily living in the UT would be enrolled. That statement triggered a major controversy and backlash from regional parties who alleged that the central government of the BJP was trying to change poll outcome with inclusion of "imported" voters.Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of 10 per cent in the total number. The exercise, carried out after a gap of more than three years, will be formally complete on Friday. In August, Jammu and Kashmir's Chief Electoral Officer had said that 20-25 lakh new voters would be added during the Special Revision, and that non-locals ordinarily living in the UT would be enrolled. That statement triggered a major controversy and backlash from regional parties who alleged that the central government of the BJP was trying to change poll outcome with inclusion of "imported" voters.Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of 10 per cent in the total number. The exercise, carried out after a gap of more than three years, will be formally complete on Friday. In August, Jammu and Kashmir's Chief Electoral Officer had said that 20-25 lakh new voters would be added during the Special Revision, and that non-locals ordinarily living in the UT would be enrolled. That statement triggered a major controversy and backlash from regional parties who alleged that the central government of the BJP was trying to change poll outcome with inclusion of "imported" voters.Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of 10 per cent in the total number. The exercise, carried out after a gap of more than three years, will be formally complete on Friday. In August, Jammu and Kashmir's Chief Electoral Officer had said that 20-25 lakh new voters would be added during the Special Revision, and that non-locals ordinarily living in the UT would be enrolled. That statement triggered a major controversy and backlash from regional parties who alleged that the central government of the BJP was trying to change poll outcome with inclusion of "imported" voters.Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of 10 per cent in the total number. The exercise, carried out after a gap of more than three years, will be formally complete on Friday. In August, Jammu and Kashmir's Chief Electoral Officer had said that 20-25 lakh new voters would be added during the Special Revision, and that non-locals ordinarily living in the UT would be enrolled. That statement triggered a major controversy and backlash from regional parties who alleged that the central government of the BJP was trying to change poll outcome with inclusion of "imported" voters.Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of 10 per cent in the total number. The exercise, carried out after a gap of more than three years, will be formally complete on Friday. In August, Jammu and Kashmir's Chief Electoral Officer had said that 20-25 lakh new voters would be added during the Special Revision, and that non-locals ordinarily living in the UT would be enrolled. That statement triggered a major controversy and backlash from regional parties who alleged that the central government of the BJP was trying to change poll outcome with inclusion of "imported" voters.Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of 10 per cent in the total number. The exercise, carried out after a gap of more than three years, will be formally complete on Friday. In August, Jammu and Kashmir's Chief Electoral Officer had said that 20-25 lakh new voters would be added during the Special Revision, and that non-locals ordinarily living in the UT would be enrolled. That statement triggered a major controversy and backlash from regional parties who alleged that the central government of the BJP was trying to change poll outcome with inclusion of "imported" voters.Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of 10 per cent in the total number. The exercise, carried out after a gap of more than three years, will be formally complete on Friday. In August, Jammu and Kashmir's Chief Electoral Officer had said that 20-25 lakh new voters would be added during the Special Revision, and that non-locals ordinarily living in the UT would be enrolled. That statement triggered a major controversy and backlash from regional parties who alleged that the central government of the BJP was trying to change poll outcome with inclusion of "imported" voters.Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of 10 per cent in the total number. The exercise, carried out after a gap of more than three years, will be formally complete on Friday. In August, Jammu and Kashmir's Chief Electoral Officer had said that 20-25 lakh new voters would be added during the Special Revision, and that non-locals ordinarily living in the UT would be enrolled. That statement triggered a major controversy and backlash from regional parties who alleged that the central government of the BJP was trying to change poll outcome with inclusion of "imported" voters.Srinagar: The fear of enrolling "non-local" voters in Jammu and Kashmir appears to have been unfounded as the revision of electoral rolls in the region has added less than one-third of the projected new voters. Sources have told NDTV that "around 7 lakh" new voters have been added to electoral list, which is an increase of



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