Mistakes galore in voter ID cards
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Twenty-nine of the society members have not received their voter ID cards.
Smriti Shukla, an IT professional, is one. "My mother-in-law, my husband and I, all had submitted the required documents. Everything was checked and verified by the authorities. But when the cards came, only my husband's voter card was received. There is no clue as to why our cards were not given," said Smriti.
"Already, the whole procedure of submitting documents is time-consuming. But doing it all over again due to their mistake is frustrating," said Smriti.
When asked about the matter, Apurva Wankhede, District Election Officer, said, "This mistake probably happened at the data entry level. But this is just one possibility. I will definitely inquire into it."
Wankhede said, "Whatever mistake has happened, we will take steps to rectify them as soon as possible with minimum inconvenience to people."
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