A parliamentary status committee is about to talk about 4 key proposed electoral reforms, together with linking of Aadhaar with voter ID, subsequent week.
It is learnt that the Standing Committee on Personnel, Public Grievances, Law and Justice, headed by way of BJP Rajya Sabha member Sushil Kumar Modi, is scheduled to fulfill on November 25 to planned at the proposed electoral reforms.
Apart from linking Aadhaar with voter ID, the committee is anticipated to planned on 3 different proposed electoral reforms — far flung vote casting; motion in opposition to elected representatives submitting false affidavits; and not unusual electoral roll for accomplishing all elections from panchayat to Parliament.
The Election Commission (EC) just lately reminded the Union Law Ministry to approve pending electoral reforms, together with linking of Aadhaar with voter ID.
In August this yr, The Indian Express had reported that the federal government had approached the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) with a suggestion to allow the EC to make use of Aadhaar for registration of latest citizens.
The status committee will even speak about the problem of far flung vote casting, a mechanism that permits electors to vote from places rather then polling stations assigned to their registered constituencies. It is learnt that EC officers are anticipated to make a presentation at the factor all the way through the assembly of the committee.
This comes at a time when the EC plans to begin mapping the inhabitants of migrant employees around the nation to arrange a roadmap for the creation of far flung vote casting. The proposal of getting a not unusual electoral roll, which has been in dialogue lately, could also be anticipated to be taken up.
Earlier this yr, then Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad had knowledgeable Lok Sabha that use of not unusual electoral rolls will lead to saving of time and effort since duplication of efforts by way of the state ballot panels might be obviated.