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Assam: Read to know the Special Summary Revision of Photo Electoral Rolls 2022

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The Election Commission of India has directed that a special summary revision of the picture electoral records be carried out from November 1 to January 1, 2022, as the qualifying date for enrolment.

The counting of votes for five Assembly seats cast during the Assam bye-election 2021 began at 8 a.m. on Tuesday.

On November 1, the draught electoral roll was published, and copies of the electoral rolls were held in all Electoral Registration Officers/Revenue Divisional Officers offices and Assistant Electoral Registration Officers Offices/Taluk Offices for electors to validate their entries. 

Guidelines to follow while registering

By submitting Form 6 to the Electoral Registration Officer concerned, everyone who reaches the age of 18 on January 1, 2022 (those born on or before December 31, 2003) can seek to have their names added to the electoral rolls.

Form 7 should be used to request the removal of names. Form-8 can be used to request name and other information corrections, while Form-8A can be used to request an address change if an elector has moved within an Assembly constituency.

According to ECI guidelines, four special camps will be held at all polling stations on certain Saturdays and Sundays to receive claims and objections in Forms 6, 7, 8, and 8A. 

According to an official statement, overseas voters can submit Form 6A to the Electoral Registration Officer in their area. Online applications are also available at and

Important Dates:

1. Publication of Integrated Draft Electoral Roll: 1 November, 2021

2. Filing Claims & Objections: 1″November-30th November, 2021 

3. Disposal of Claims & Objections: By 20 December, 2021

4. Publication of Final Electoral Roll: 5 January, 2022 

Important guidelines:

Fill out FORM 6 to register.

Fill out FORM 7 to have your name removed or to file an objection.

Fill out form 8 to correct any detail.

Fill out FORM 8A to move names from one voting station to another within the same constituency.

Register as a new voter or to check your existing information on the Electoral Roll today-

Visit your polling station or log on to or to check your name.

Assam bypoll Result update: The Bharatia Janta Party (BJP) and its ally, United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL) have won all 5 Lok Sabha seats they were leading in.

BJP Candidates

Special Summary Revision

• Phanidhar Talukdar contesting from Bhabanipur won by a lead of 25,031 votes with total 63,355 votes

• Rupjyoti Kurmi contesting from Mariani won by a lead of 40,134 votes with total 54,915 votes

• Sushanta Borgohain contesting from Thowra won by a lead of 30,044 votes with 54,956 votes in total.

Meaning, their allies from UPPL
• Tamulpur, candidate Jolen Daimary won by 42,754 lead votes with total 68,700 votes.

• Gossaigaon candidate Jiran Basumatary won by 27936 lead votes, total 63,355 votes.

The BJP and its ally, UPPL, have overall secured an average vote of 60% of its population turn out.


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