Chamarajanagara: As many as 329 senior citizens and divyang voters above the age of 80 years in Chamarajanagara District, who had requested to cast their votes from home, will be allowed to cast their votes from home on April 29 and 30, said DC D. S. Ramesh.
Addressing a press conference at the Deputy Commissioner’s Office Hall here on Thursday April 27 he said that a total of 329 people, including senior citizens and divyangs, had received requests from the District to vote through postal ballot. Of these, 107 are divyangs and 222 are senior citizens above 80 years of age. The voting process has been scheduled for two days in a single model, he said.
A team comprising one micro observer, one videographer and two polling officers have been formed to conduct the process of voting from home. The Deputy Commissioner said that the team has prepared the route map in advance and will carry out the voting process as per the instructions of the Election Commission.