The list of eligible voters of Krishnaraja, Narasimharaja, Chamaraja and Chamundeshwari Assembly Constituencies in the city, which was published on Jan. 28 and other constituencies in the district which was announced on Jan. 16, are on display at the respective polling booths in the district.

Those who wish enroll themselves in the voter’s list are required to submit an application at respective booths, election branch of Mysore City Corporation and respective Taluk Panchayat offices with their photograph, proof of age and address proof before April 10.

Disclosing this to media persons, Deputy Commissioner Dr. Ramegowda said that Ration Card, Telephone bill, LPG cylinder bill, rent or lease agreements of residence of the voters and Aadhar card can be used as a proof of residence.

He further said that a Media Control and Publicity Committee comprising members of the Press Club of India, respective DCs and other officials will be constituted to supervise the activities of candidates who have been asked to take prior permission of the Committee for advertising on all kinds of media.

He further said that disciplinary action will be initiated against candidates who put up flexes, banners, cut outs and other kinds of publicity material and organising of parties and such other activities which lead to attracting a voter.

Details regarding the formalities for inclusion and changes in the voter list can be downloaded from

Tight vigil: Even as the District Administration is gearing up for free and fair elections to the Assembly, the City Police has stepped up security arrangements for the same by intensifying vigil on anti-social elements.

City Police Commissioner K.L.Sudheer speaking to Star of Mysore said that the city Police which had successfully supervised free and fair election to the Mysore City Corporation (MCC) was gearing up for the coming elections by intensifying vigil on anti-social elements in various constituencies.

Stating that Special Branch Police were keeping close watch on anti-social elements in their jurisdiction, he added that vigil has been intensified at various wine stores, restaurants and guest houses where outsiders arrive and stay.

He also said that suspicious elements would be barred from entry into city and urged 1400 licenced gun holders to deposit their weapons at their respective Police Stations till the end of elections.

The personnel of civil, DAR, KSRP, Mounted and Chamundi Police squads were being given adequate training, he added.

Courtesy : Star Of Mysore