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I want duplicate copy of my voter id card- RVJ0685321

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ambrish.p

As per the Election Law (ERO Manual)

If the elector claims that the EPIC issued earlier is lost, a declaration to this effect should be obtained from him. The EPIC should be issued to him with the same details with which the previous EPIC was issued, including the EPIC number. In the new EPIC, the word “DUPLICATE” should be printed on the EPIC.

  • Download the 001 form (for the issuance of duplicate voter ID card) as attached below Fill up the form. It should be complete in all aspects.
  • Election Commission of India has prescribed a nominal fee of Rs. 25.00 (Check your respective SDM)
  • Submit the form along with the documents to your Electoral Registration Officer (ERO)or AERO as the case may be. Generally, ERO is the SDM / DyCollector rank officer. You will find that there is an Office of ERO which accepts the forms.

 

As claimed by many websites around, there is no provision of filing FIR. A simple declaration is sufficient.

You can also refer this page to official Election Commission of India for URLs / links to all the State CEO websites You will be given a receipt for receipt of your required documents. After that, do check the status of the duplicate electoral card online from time to time to know when you would receive the duplicate ID card.

 

Download the Application for issue of Duplicate Elector's Photo Identity Card from the attachment below.

 

  1. Duplicate Voter ID card in Tamil
  2. Duplicate Voter ID card in Hindi
  3. Duplicate Voter ID card in Bengali
  4. Duplicate Voter ID card in English

 

Though Election Commission of India has launched National Voter Service Portal where you can apply for various forms like Form 6,7,8 8(a), there is still no facility of applying for form 001 that is duplicate voter ID card. Also as of now, you cannot apply for Duplicate Voter ID online. It is heard that ECI is contemplating integration of ePayment / online gateways for this facilitation, but it has still not started.

Hindi-dupilcate-voter-icard.pdf

tamil-duplicate-voter-ICard.pdf

Bengali-dulicate-voter-icard.pdf

English-dulicate-voter-icard.pdf

Edited by Shrawan
Updated 23/04/2017

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mishramukeshkumar

Dear rti

 

I had lost my election voting card. but i have photocopy of it, so can i get new election id card and what will be the procedure to get

 

so kindly inform me at

xxxxxxxxxxx (mail ID deleted, being against forum rules)

 

with regards

mukesh

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DineshK

For such information you should contact the nearest ERO office. This site is for discussions matters related to RTI only.

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jitedra.singh

for duplicate copy of voter id card

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ambrish.p

Dear Jitendra

 

As above

 

Regards

Ambrish

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AMIT rajpoot

i want to duplicate voter card my id no is TF10254235

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karira
i want to duplicate voter card my id no is TF10254235

 

Read the whole thread above.

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karira
Sachin Kumar

 

Sent from my XT1706 using RTI INDIA mobile app

 

Read the whole thread above.

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