Election Commission thinks about proposition for digitisation of citizen ids

Election Commission: The proposition should be endorsed by the main political decision official, Sunil Arora, and political decision magistrates Sushil Chandra and Rajiv Kumar before it is actualized.

The Elector’s Photo Identity Card is as of now accessible in type of a printed version and may now be accessible as a PDF.

The Election Commission of India is thinking about a proposition to digitize citizen id cards and get rid of printed copies, individuals acquainted with the issue disclosed to Hindustan Times.

The digitization cycle of the Elector’s Photo Identity Card (EPIC) could start before the following round of get together decisions to be held in Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Assam, Kerala, and Puducherry, which are expected before May one year from now.

The EPIC is as of now accessible in type of a printed copy and may now be accessible as a PDF file. The modalities of how the plan will function are as yet being settled, individuals stated, mentioning obscurity.

The digitization of the card will help get rid of printing costs. The proposition should be affirmed by the central political decision magistrate, Sunil Arora, and political race chiefs Sushil Chandra and Rajiv Kumar before it is actualized.

There are almost 911 million qualified electors enlisted with the Commission, as per 2019 information.

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