Aadhar will be linked to the voter list, 5 big arguments of the government on the election reform bill and 5 big questions of the opposition

Aadhar will be linked to the voter list, 5 big arguments of the government on the election reform bill and 5 big questions of the opposition  Union Minister Kiren Rijiju says that those who use fake voters will oppose this bill. Due to the fear of losing their vote bank, opposition MPs are protesting against it by creating a ruckus.  Controversy has increased regarding the Electoral Reforms Bill linking the voter list with Aadhaar. The government says that the purpose of the bill related to electoral reforms is to remove the names of fake voters from the voter list, to remove the names of fake voters. To fix the problem of multiple electoral rolls. Some people register their names many times in different places in the voter list. Union Minister Kiren Rijiju says that those who use fake voters will oppose this bill. Due to the fear of losing their vote bank, opposition MPs are protesting against it by creating a ruckus.  1. Election Laws (Amendment) Bill : 2021This bill allows the Electoral Registration Officer who wants to give Aadhaar number for registration and is ready to verify his identity on the basis of it. This bill has already been passed by Lok Sabha. and is in the Rajya Sabha.  The bill allows the Electoral Registration Officer to use the Aadhaar number to verify the identity of even those whose names are already in the voters' list. So that it can be decided whether the name of a person is not registered in more than one constituency.  2. In this bill related to electoral reform, it has been clearly stated that if someone does not want to give Aadhaar number and instead wants to enroll his name in the voter list on the basis of some other proof of identity. No one's name can be removed from the voter list due to non-availability of Aadhaar number.   3. Through this bill related to electoral reform, the government aims to make the voter list digital and every three months the voter list can be easily updated without any major hassle. To make it easy to add or delete voters' names.   4. According to the existing rules of the Representation of the People Act, only those who have crossed the age of 18 on January 1, get the right to be included in the voter list. After the new law, four such dates will be fixed in a year and a person who has completed 18 years on that date can enroll his name in the voter list. These dates will be 1 January, 1 April, 1 July and 1 October.   5. At present, the family members of the army or other security forces have difficulty in voting, because according to the existing law, the WIFE of an army personnel can be added to the voter list as a service voter, but the husband of a female military personnel has this right. not get. Therefore, to end the discrimination of men and women, the word spouse will be used instead of wife.  5 Big Fears of the Opposition  2. The opposition also says that if the data of voter list equipped with Aadhaar number is leaked or hacked, then it can become a big threat to one's privacy.   3. Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge says that if they are linked with Voter I card then poor voters will suffer the most. It has often been seen in elections that rich people buy Aadhar cards of poor people and then return them after the polling is over. It will be misused.  4. SP MP Ramgopal Yadav said that if this bill is passed, then lakhs of deprived class and backward class people in the country will be deprived of voting, who do not have Aadhar card. Standing committee or select committee of Parliament to review this bill should be sent to  5. The opposition is also apprehensive that after linking the voter list with Aadhaar, it can be easily found out how many voters of which religion, caste or class are there in which area. These data can be misused.  According to UADAI, now 31 crore 83 lakh 59 thousand 696 Aadhaar cards have been made in the country. 55.76 crore Aadhaars have been updated. While the population of the country is close to 1 billion 38 crores. That is, more than 95 percent of the population has Aadhar cards.    Kolkata Municipal Elections: Mamta's TMC headed for a bigger victory than 2015 Trinamool Congress is leading in 119 out of 144 seats of Kolkata Municipal Corporation.  Mamta Banerjee's Trinamool Congress has got a big lead in the counting of votes for the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) elections being held amidst heavy security on Tuesday. Trinamool Congress has won 17 out of 144 seats in Kolkata Municipal Corporation, while it is leading on 118. Voting was held here on Sunday. The ruling party in the state is well ahead of its nearest rivals, the BJP and the Left. BJP and Left are leading in three wards each. At the same time, Congress is leading in only two wards.  TMC got 114 seats in the 2015 civic elections, this time also it seems that TMC will get seats close to this figure. At the same time, the seats of BJP and Left seem to be decreasing this time as compared to the last time. Congress remains at number four and its seats seem to be decreasing than before.   After the Left and the Congress contested the assembly elections in alliance, the Kolkata civic polls were decided to be contested separately. No party has announced the candidate for the post of mayor. This time one of the main candidates of Trinamool is Kajri Banerjee, sister-in-law of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. She is contesting from Ward No 73, Bhawanipur.  Bengal BJP has alleged violence and violation of election rules. In a letter to the state election commission on Sunday, the party called the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) elections a farce and alleged that the police had failed to stop the violence. Earlier, the Trinamool Congress had accused the BJP of trying to attract voters by offering biryani in a ward.  There were incidents of sporadic violence during the polling on Sunday. Bombs were reportedly hurled at two polling stations.   'Like I have apologized to farmers, will also ask MPs', Jaya Bachchan's new attack on BJP  The SP MP said, "The media should also speak on the wrong work of the government. They are pushing and abusing the media. Everyone has a responsibility. Raise your voice by being impartial. They have come after taking a bath in the opposite Ganges. There all their sins are washed away." went, but the Ganges became dirty, whatever sins were washed away, they went to the Ganges only."  Samajwadi Party 's Rajya Sabha MP Jaya Bachchan has once again attacked the ruling BJP government at the Center and said that the way these people have apologized to the farmers. In the same way, he will apologize to the MPs too. Bachchan said that the way this government is working. That is deplorable.  he said, "Our MPs are sitting. Their suspension is not being revoked. This is not justice but it is useless to expect from this government. These people have apologized to the farmer. Now will apologize to these MPs too." "   On the question of cursing BJP in Rajya Sabha yesterday, Bachchan said, "I was angry. Cursed because of this. It should be their bad days are coming soon."  The SP MP said, "The media should also speak on the wrong work of the government. They are pushing and abusing the media. Everyone has a responsibility. Raise your voice by being impartial. They have come after taking a bath in the opposite Ganges. There all their sins are washed away." went, but the Ganges became dirty, whatever sins were washed away, they went to the Ganges only."  Let us inform that during the discussion on Narcotics Drugs Bill in Parliament yesterday (Monday), Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Bachchan was upset with the remark of a member of the ruling party. Jaya had said, "You people will have bad days, I curse you." During this, he also accused the 'Chair' of not listening to the opposition. Addressing the 'Chair', Jaya said, 'You should be impartial and should not support any particular party.' At that time the presiding president was Bhubaneshwar Kalita.

Aadhar will be linked to the voter list, 5 big arguments of the government on the election reform bill and 5 big questions of the opposition


Union Minister Kiren Rijiju says that those who use fake voters will oppose this bill. Due to the fear of losing their vote bank, opposition MPs are protesting against it by creating a ruckus.

Controversy has increased regarding the Electoral Reforms Bill linking the voter list with Aadhaar. The government says that the purpose of the bill related to electoral reforms is to remove the names of fake voters from the voter list, to remove the names of fake voters. To fix the problem of multiple electoral rolls. Some people register their names many times in different places in the voter list. Union Minister Kiren Rijiju says that those who use fake voters will oppose this bill. Due to the fear of losing their vote bank, opposition MPs are protesting against it by creating a ruckus.

1. Election Laws (Amendment) Bill : 2021This bill allows the Electoral Registration Officer who wants to give Aadhaar number for registration and is ready to verify his identity on the basis of it. This bill has already been passed by Lok Sabha. and is in the Rajya Sabha.

The bill allows the Electoral Registration Officer to use the Aadhaar number to verify the identity of even those whose names are already in the voters' list. So that it can be decided whether the name of a person is not registered in more than one constituency.

2. In this bill related to electoral reform, it has been clearly stated that if someone does not want to give Aadhaar number and instead wants to enroll his name in the voter list on the basis of some other proof of identity. No one's name can be removed from the voter list due to non-availability of Aadhaar number. 

3. Through this bill related to electoral reform, the government aims to make the voter list digital and every three months the voter list can be easily updated without any major hassle. To make it easy to add or delete voters' names. 

4. According to the existing rules of the Representation of the People Act, only those who have crossed the age of 18 on January 1, get the right to be included in the voter list. After the new law, four such dates will be fixed in a year and a person who has completed 18 years on that date can enroll his name in the voter list. These dates will be 1 January, 1 April, 1 July and 1 October. 

5. At present, the family members of the army or other security forces have difficulty in voting, because according to the existing law, the WIFE of an army personnel can be added to the voter list as a service voter, but the husband of a female military personnel has this right. not get. Therefore, to end the discrimination of men and women, the word spouse will be used instead of wife.

5 Big
Fears of the Opposition

2. The opposition also says that if the data of voter list equipped with Aadhaar number is leaked or hacked, then it can become a big threat to one's privacy. 

3. Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge says that if they are linked with Voter I card then poor voters will suffer the most. It has often been seen in elections that rich people buy Aadhar cards of poor people and then return them after the polling is over. It will be misused.

4. SP MP Ramgopal Yadav said that if this bill is passed, then lakhs of deprived class and backward class people in the country will be deprived of voting, who do not have Aadhar card. Standing committee or select committee of Parliament to review this bill should be sent to

5. The opposition is also apprehensive that after linking the voter list with Aadhaar, it can be easily found out how many voters of which religion, caste or class are there in which area. These data can be misused.

According to UADAI, now 31 crore 83 lakh 59 thousand 696 Aadhaar cards have been made in the country. 55.76 crore Aadhaars have been updated. While the population of the country is close to 1 billion 38 crores. That is, more than 95 percent of the population has Aadhar cards. 


Kolkata Municipal Elections: Mamta's TMC headed for a bigger victory than 2015

Trinamool Congress is leading in 119 out of 144 seats of Kolkata Municipal Corporation.

Mamta Banerjee's Trinamool Congress has got a big lead in the counting of votes for the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) elections being held amidst heavy security on Tuesday. Trinamool Congress has won 17 out of 144 seats in Kolkata Municipal Corporation, while it is leading on 118. Voting was held here on Sunday. The ruling party in the state is well ahead of its nearest rivals, the BJP and the Left. BJP and Left are leading in three wards each. At the same time, Congress is leading in only two wards.

TMC got 114 seats in the 2015 civic elections, this time also it seems that TMC will get seats close to this figure. At the same time, the seats of BJP and Left seem to be decreasing this time as compared to the last time. Congress remains at number four and its seats seem to be decreasing than before. 

After the Left and the Congress contested the assembly elections in alliance, the Kolkata civic polls were decided to be contested separately. No party has announced the candidate for the post of mayor. This time one of the main candidates of Trinamool is Kajri Banerjee, sister-in-law of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. She is contesting from Ward No 73, Bhawanipur.

Bengal BJP has alleged violence and violation of election rules. In a letter to the state election commission on Sunday, the party called the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) elections a farce and alleged that the police had failed to stop the violence. Earlier, the Trinamool Congress had accused the BJP of trying to attract voters by offering biryani in a ward.

There were incidents of sporadic violence during the polling on Sunday. Bombs were reportedly hurled at two polling stations.


'Like I have apologized to farmers, will also ask MPs', Jaya Bachchan's new attack on BJP


The SP MP said, "The media should also speak on the wrong work of the government. They are pushing and abusing the media. Everyone has a responsibility. Raise your voice by being impartial. They have come after taking a bath in the opposite Ganges. There all their sins are washed away." went, but the Ganges became dirty, whatever sins were washed away, they went to the Ganges only."

Samajwadi Party 's Rajya Sabha MP Jaya Bachchan has once again attacked the ruling BJP government at the Center and said that the way these people have apologized to the farmers. In the same way, he will apologize to the MPs too. Bachchan said that the way this government is working. That is deplorable.

he said, "Our MPs are sitting. Their suspension is not being revoked. This is not justice but it is useless to expect from this government. These people have apologized to the farmer. Now will apologize to these MPs too." " 

On the question of cursing BJP in Rajya Sabha yesterday, Bachchan said, "I was angry. Cursed because of this. It should be their bad days are coming soon."

The SP MP said, "The media should also speak on the wrong work of the government. They are pushing and abusing the media. Everyone has a responsibility. Raise your voice by being impartial. They have come after taking a bath in the opposite Ganges. There all their sins are washed away." went, but the Ganges became dirty, whatever sins were washed away, they went to the Ganges only."

Let us inform that during the discussion on Narcotics Drugs Bill in Parliament yesterday (Monday), Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Bachchan was upset with the remark of a member of the ruling party. Jaya had said, "You people will have bad days, I curse you." During this, he also accused the 'Chair' of not listening to the opposition. Addressing the 'Chair', Jaya said, 'You should be impartial and should not support any particular party.' At that time the presiding president was Bhubaneshwar Kalita. 
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