Imphal: The chief electoral officer (CEO) Manipur Rajesh Agrawal on Wednesday announced the final publication of Photo Electoral Rolls, 2022, at a press conference held at the CEO Office, Lamphelpat in Imphal.
Agrawal said the final photo electoral rolls of all 60 Assembly constituencies have been published by the respective Electoral Registration Officers (EROs). The total number of electors as on date of final publication is 20,34 966.
Briefing the media, the CEO Manipur said the general public/electors and representatives of political parties may verify the final photo electoral rolls at the offices of the EROs/AEROs and Booth Level Officers (BLOs) concerned may also be contacted for any clarification or they may also check on the Chief Electoral Officer, Manipur’s website https://ceomanipur.nic.in.
Further, one printed copy of the final electoral roll of each Assembly Constituency and another copy in DVD-ROM will be made available free of cost to recognised national and state political parties.
The recognised state/national political parties may depute one representative of their party, duly authorised (in writing) to the CEO’s office for this purpose. Any additional copy can be purchased.
The gender ratio as on date of final publication is : 9,85,119 male, 10,49,639 female and the third gender is 208. The CEO also said there is overwhelming participation from female electors and they are much more proactive in the electoral process.
As per Final Roll 2022, the electors to Population Ratio (EP Ratio) is 57.70 per cent as compared to the Draft Electoral Roll figure of 55.81 per cent. With the increase of 65 new polling stations, the total number of polling stations is 2,959. There is a 95 per cent increase in the marking of persons with disabilities (PWDs) i.e. from 7,520 to 14,565.
Additional CEO N Praveen Singh, Joint CEO, Manipur, Ramananda Nongmeikapam, Joint CEO (II), Manipur, Md S Daulat Khan, SNO, Media W Phajatombi Devi and officials concerned were also present.
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