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Is your name in the voters' list?

DNMUM163876 | 2/24/2010 | Author : Prajakta Chavan | WC :219

NMMC displays list at its HQ in CBD and ward offices

The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) has placed voters list for the forthcoming civic elections. The list has been placed on notice board at NMMC headquarters in Belapur. Similarly, ward wise voters list is also placed on notice board of each ward office. "Voters can check the list to ensure that there are no errors. They can approach NMMC headquarters before February 26 for corrections, if any," a civic official said on condition of anonymity. The suggestions and applications made after February 26 will not be entertained. "We request residents to apply for any kind of correction within prescribed time limit," the official added.
The list is also available on www.nmmcelection.com, the website developed by
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