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4,207 doubtful voters in Cachar district

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SILCHAR, March 19 - As 11,61,178 people across seven constituencies of Cachar district, including 37,647 newly added voters await with great expectation to exercise their democratic franchise on April 18 for electing the new Member of Parliament for the Silchar Lok Sabha seat, as many as 4,207 people in the district who have been earmarked as �doubtful voters� in this year�s electoral roll, continue to remain deprived from voting.

According to sources at the District Election Office here, out of the total number of doubtful voters, 2,254 are females while 1,953 are males.

Deputy Commissioner of Cachar Laya Madduri has clarified by saying, �as on date, as per the direction of the Election Commission of India, the �D� voters cannot vote until their cases are disposed of and the �D� mark is eliminated from their names in the electoral roll.�

Interestingly, sources at the District Election Office informed that till now names of 3,292 people have been removed from the bracket of �doubtful voters� by the tribunals from the electoral roll of 2019.

This means, the quantum of people, including 1,533 male voters and 1,759 female voters can take part in the electoral process, sources added.

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4,207 doubtful voters in Cachar district

SILCHAR, March 19 - As 11,61,178 people across seven constituencies of Cachar district, including 37,647 newly added voters await with great expectation to exercise their democratic franchise on April 18 for electing the new Member of Parliament for the Silchar Lok Sabha seat, as many as 4,207 people in the district who have been earmarked as �doubtful voters� in this year�s electoral roll, continue to remain deprived from voting.

According to sources at the District Election Office here, out of the total number of doubtful voters, 2,254 are females while 1,953 are males.

Deputy Commissioner of Cachar Laya Madduri has clarified by saying, �as on date, as per the direction of the Election Commission of India, the �D� voters cannot vote until their cases are disposed of and the �D� mark is eliminated from their names in the electoral roll.�

Interestingly, sources at the District Election Office informed that till now names of 3,292 people have been removed from the bracket of �doubtful voters� by the tribunals from the electoral roll of 2019.

This means, the quantum of people, including 1,533 male voters and 1,759 female voters can take part in the electoral process, sources added.