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Friday, 23 August 2019

voter card sudhara Badara vadhara have Gram Panchayat thai shakshe

voter card sudhara Badara vadhara have Gram Panchayat thai shakshe



Documents requireed for Election or Voter Card in Gujarat
For age proof (if between 18 to 21 years) - 
Birth certificate issued by a Municipal Authority or district office of the Registrar of Births & Deaths or Baptism certificate;
or Birth certificate from the school (Gola. / Recognized) last attended by the applicant or any other recognized educational institution;
or if a person is class 10 or more pass, he should give a copy of the marksheet of class 10, if it contains date of birth as a proof of date of birth;
or Marksheet of class 8 if it contains date of birth;
or Marksheet of class 5 if it contains date of birth;
or IndianPassport;
or PAN card;
or Driving License;
or Aadhar letter/Card issued by UIDAL
In case of unavailability of above documents a declaration by either of the parents (or by the guru in case of an elector in third gender category) of the applicant in a prescribed format of Annexure II of form 6 can be submitted as per the guidelines in the form. In such cases, the applicant will have to be present himself for verification before Booth Level Officer /Assistant Electoral Registration Officer / Electoral Registration Officer. Further in case of unavailability of any of the documents and the parents of the applicant not being alive, a certificate of age given by the sarpanch of the concerned Gram Panchayat or Municipal corporation/Municipal Committee can be submitted by the applicant. 

In case of application for a fresh registration being made by an applicant who is above 21 years of age and his/her name is not included on the electoral roll in anywhere in India then a declaration of age has to be given by the applicant as per Annexure III of form 6 if not the application is liable to be rejected. 
Gram Panchayat, various issues are discussed like
Social issues
Water problem
BPL benefits
Tracking misuse of money, and
The undue favour done to a group of people

For example, if a village is having water problem what will be the alternative ways to develop. Different panch will come with different ideas like using the hand pump, checking dams and rainwater methods, making tube-wells or wells in the village. Now the Gram Sabha will select the best idea and try to work on it.

Thus the Gram Sabha is a key factor in making the gram panchayat to play its role and be responsible. It is the place where all plans for the work of the gram panchayat are placed before the people. Gram Sabha prevents the panchayat from doing wrong things like misuse of money for favouring certain people. It also keeps an eye on the elected representatives and in making them responsible to the persons who elected them.

For example, many people who are below poverty line and really in the need of BPL facilities, many times are not able to avail the facility just because of the corrupt people. At that time by keeping a track on the misuse of money and the undue favour done to certain people, Gram Panchayat plays an important role.
The Work of the Gram Panchayat includes: 
Maintenance and construction of water resources, roads, drainage, School buildings and CPR (common property resources).
Levy and collect local taxes.
Execute government schemes related to employment.

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