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BLO : BOOTH LEVAL OFFICER NI KAMGIRI ANYA VIBHAGH NA KARMCHARIO NE AAPVA CHUNTANI PANCH NO AADESH NEWS

BLO : BOOTH LEVAL OFFICER NI KAMGIRI ANYA VIBHAGH NA KARMCHARIO NE AAPVA CHUNTANI PANCH NO AADESH NEWS

BLO : BOOTH LEVAL OFFICER NI KAMGIRI ANYA VIBHAGH NA KARMCHARIO NE AAPVA CHUNTANI PANCH NO AADESH NEWS

Gujarat state election commission has created a water helpline application. The voters in the water helpline application have to manually check their details and if they can improve it, it can be done.
An alternative arrangement of this function given to the BlO booth level officer or to employees of other departments is ordered by the State Election Commission.
Since the work was not done according to the planning of the academic work year, it was introduced by the State Teachers' Union to be released from the work, so the Election Commission has directed the department to assign the function.
BLO : BOOTH LEVAL OFFICER NI KAMGIRI ANYA VIBHAGH NA KARMCHARIO NE AAPVA CHUNTANI PANCH NO AADESH NEWS
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The Indian voter ID card is an identity document issued by the Election Commission of India to adult domiciles of India who have reached the age of 18, which primarily serves as an identity proof for Indian citizens while casting their ballot in the country's municipal, state, and national elections. It also serves as general identity, address, and age proof for other purposes such as buying a mobile phone SIM card or applying for a passport. It also serves as a Travel Document to travel to Nepal and Bhutan by Land or Air [1] It is also known as Electoral Photo Identity Card (EPIC). It was first introduced in 1993 during the tenure of the Chief Election Commissioner TN Seshan
On the front, the Elector Photo Identity Card contains the voter's name, the name of a relative they have chosen (such as their father or mother), and the voter's picture, along with the voter's ID number. On the back of the card, the voter's home address is printed, along with an image of their Electoral Registration Officer's signature. The back also mentions the voter's electoral district and their assembly constituency. The newer series also contains a 'part number', which lets voters and election officials locate voters on their electoral roll.
BLO : BOOTH LEVAL OFFICER NI KAMGIRI ANYA VIBHAGH NA KARMCHARIO NE AAPVA CHUNTANI PANCH NO AADESH NEWS