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Elector’s Pledge in English

I … the citizen of India, having abiding faith in democracy, hereby pledge to uphold the democratic traditions of our country, and the dignity of free, fair and peaceful elections, and to vote in every election ethically, fearlessly and without being influenced by considerations of religion, race, caste, community, language or any inducement.

Telugu Version Pledge

Children’s’ or non Electors’ pledge in English

I ……… the citizen of India, having abiding faith in democracy, hereby pledge to uphold the democratic traditions of our country and the dignity of free, fair and peaceful elections, and to appeal to our parents, relatives & friends to register, to vote in every election ethically, fearlessly and without being influenced by considerations of religion, race, caste, community, language or any inducement.

Telugu Version Pledge

Important Update

You can now register as a voter from the comforts of your home/office in just 10mins.

  1. Go to https://nvsp.in (Click on Login/Register)
  2. Fill form 6 to register as a New Elector/Voter for Indian Citizens
  3. Fill form 6 A to register as Overseas Elector/Voter
  4. Fill form 6 B for Information of Aadhar number by existing electors
  5. Fill form 8 to change the address in same constituency.
  6. Fill in your details and upload a photograph.
  7. Don't forget to fill the email id and phone number in the form.
  8. Click the "Translate" button to fill in the Telugu fields and then Submit.
  9. Note your Application ID for future reference.

For Indians residing overseas

You can fill the attached form and send it to the concerned ERO

The application should be submitted directly to the Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) of the constituency within which the place of ordinary residence of the applicant as given in the valid passport falls. The Application in Form 6A can be presented in person to the ERO or sent by post addressed to the ERO concerned.

[ The particulars and postal address of the EROs of all the constituencies of India can be seen on the website of Election Commission of India (http://eci.nic.in) ]

After approximately two months check the status at http://www.ceoandhra.nic.in E-Registration -> Know your Status. It will have details on which e-seva centre you need to go to collect the physical Voter ID card.

Please note:

  • Photo size should not be more then 100KB, so you may need to resize it. Upload the photo from the location of saved picture.
  • Once you get the application ID, please help two more of your friends apply and ask them to do the same. This way exponentially soon all the Indians will have voter id card to elect the better people.
  • Join Facebook group http://www.facebook.com/groups/VoterID to know the steps for other states.

In case you are interested in organizing voter registration camps at your office/society and need help from Let’s Volunteers please do get in touch with us at: info@itsap.org /info@letsvote.in or ITsAP secretariat at 040 64532711/9246500952.


NEW DELHI: In a landmark judgement on Friday, the Supreme Court for the first time allowed voters to cast negative vote by pressing a button saying none of the candidates is worthy of his vote.

The SC asked the Election Commission to provide None Of The Above (NOTA) button on EVMs and ballot papers.

The apex court said the right to vote and the right to say NOTA are both part of basic right of voters.

"When a large number of voters will press NOTA button, it will force political parties to choose better candidates. Negative voting would lead to systemic change in polls," the apex bench observed.

The bench also observed that implementation of NOTA option was akin to 'abstain option' given to MPs and MLAs during voting in respective houses.

The SC directed the EC to start implementing NOTA button on EVMs forthwith in a phased manner and asked the Centre to render all assistance.



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    A guide for the Voters

    Preamble: India is the world’s largest democracy. We, the educated citizens of the country believe in the power of voting to drive extraordinary social and economic change. Vote must be properly harnessed – incorporated into each community’s social, cultural, historic, economic and political context. Human development is about people: their desire and struggle to uphold their dignity, expand their freedoms and lead lives that they value.

    Given this backdrop, “Let’s Vote” initiative is aimed at helping the citizens of our nation to find their voice, exercise their right, and contribute to positive development outcomes. To help build this India, we:

    Engage and educate: We need a passionate, pragmatic, energetic and thoughtful member base to create development and global sustainability

    Reach out: We build awareness among our fellow Professionals of ‘exercising their vote’ and link their action to human development

    “Let’s Vote” envisions a responsive, and responsible society exercising their right to vote, thereby electing an accountable team to lead and govern.

    “Let’s Vote” promotes societal development and positive nation building through sensitizing professionals to cast their vote.

    Charter: We use a people-first approach: We understand that development is a people-centric process, and that voting is a means, not an end, to choosing the right team. We want to focus on the significance of ‘casting one’s vote’ and its role in enabling society and spur growth and development

    We focus on finding sustainable solutions to root-cause problems:
    We seek solutions that can address illiteracy, malnutrition, unemployment, underemployment, that are at the root of the challenges facing a developing community

    We maximize social returns by sensitizing:
    We strive to promote ever-increasing social returns by encouraging all to become more active and involved citizens

    We seek to work on unbiased, nonpartisan basis without moving into the arena of any preferred political leanings, thus leaving the choice of which party or candidate to vote to, to the educated Indian, as is expected in our democratic process.
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