Another incredible improvement is arriving in the Digital India room for the public. All of India, through being cashless via the digital media to secure subsidies and other advantages, is expected to venture into another digital sector – vote in the poll this time. Yeah, an electoral card may be like an adhaar card, a PAN card. This is the officials’ most recent update.
The Election Committee (EC) is in agreement with providing electorate with a digital card for easy accessibility in an election photo identification format, a senior civil servant said. Digital access is possible to receive Aadhaar cards, PAN cards and driver’s licenses.
He made it clear, though, that the EC had not made a decision on this matter yet.
“Through task groups, (state) Chief Electoral Officers and the general public we continue to collect recommendations and proposals from officials in the fields.
The official said that, after the Ec takes a decision, such information will be settled if a Digital Voter Identity Card would mean that an elector could use an application to bring the card to a mobile telephone.
“The idea is to provide quicker delivery and easier accessibility, as well as printing time and the time to get to the voter on a mobile, a website and an e-mail.” “The physical card takes time to print.
The elector’s image is also clarified in digital mode, thus facilitating identification.
Another senior polling staff member said the EC would need to look at safety aspects before deciding to prevent technological misuse.
The photo ID cards introduced in 1993 are acceptable as evidence of identity and address. The cards are acceptable. A physical identity card is provided to eligible voters on EC’s ballot boxes.
This will probably solve one problem, namely the loss of election cards if this happens and the public get their adhaar card or PAN card type election card.