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Electoral Photo ID Card is a unique identification of a person used as Id proof during the time of casting votes. Electoral Photo ID Card is generally known as Voter Id card that is issued by The Election Commission of India.
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Phone: (044) 2567 4019
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Phone: (044) 23052023/24
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Voter ID card Chennai Office Address:
Public (Elections) Department
Secretariat, Fort St George,
Chennai - 600009
The Election Commission of India
is a most powerful self-governed authority of India, which was established on 25 January,1950. The first Chief Election Commissioner of The India
government was Sukumar Sen. All the elections in India are held under the supervision of The Election Commission of India. There are two types of The Election Commission of India, National Election Commissions and State Election Commissions
which lead to control Election process in India. According to rule and regulation of India, Elections are held at the regular interval of time under the supervision of the Election Commission of India. The election to the parliament of India, election to the president of India and Vice-president of India are conducted and controlled by the commission. As per the parliament law election are conducted. As per article 243 (K) of the Constitution of India, all election to the Local Municipal Corporation is held under the Command of the Election Commission of India. In 1992, Narasimha Rao government has passed the constitutional Act which was took place actually on April 24, 1993, the main motive of this Establish was to provide "democracy at the grassroots level as it is at the state level or national level".
The State Election commission has power to conduct local government elections, reserved posts and constituencies assigned by SEC, has power to eliminate one's don't submit elections account, disqualify who's don't organize Grama Sabha, as well as most of state of India governed by the Election Commission of India.
The parliament of India has power to remove The Chief Election Commissioner for proven incapacity or misbehavior and the recommended Chief Election Commissioner by The Election Commission of India has power to remove other Election Commissioners.