New Delhi: The Election Commission of India (ECI) has started procedures to implement new facilities for casting votes from any place to one’s own constituency. It is decided to experiment with the remote voting machines to cast votes from the place one residing. The Political parties have been called to conduct a meeting on 16th January, to discuss the same.
The voting machines will be improved holistically for this purpose. The ECI is getting ready to stop fake votes and to protect suffrage. The new facility is launching in the newly developed M3 Electronic Voting Machine. This will allow people to cast their votes from the place they are currently living.
The Chief Election Commissioner, Rajeev Kumar said that the decision of implementing the new system is being implemented due to the less participation of youngsters in the election. The political parties can mark their opinion on this till 31st January.
64.4 percent votes were casted in the 2019 election. The Election Commission has said that they are anxious about the non-cooperation of youngsters. The people who are moving to new places are not getting chances for voting. The new decision has been taken in this background.