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Manipur has more than 20 lakh electors

By Sobhapati Samom Updated: Jan 22, 2024 8:40 pm
Pradeep Kumar Jha with other officials during the press conference in Imphal on Monday.

IMPHAL — The total number of electors in Manipur is 20,26,623 (about 20.26 lakh), including 9,79,678 (about 9.79 lakh) male, 10,46,706 (about 10.46 lakh) female, and 239 third gender.

It may be mentioned that the total number of electors in the state, as per the last draft electoral roll, was 20,08,432 (about 20.08 lakh) including 9,72,081 males and 10,36,128 female electors.

Sharing the details during a press conference on Monday, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Manipur, Pradeep Kumar Jha, said that as per the final electoral roll 2024, the gender ratio in the state stands at 1068, compared to 1066 in the draft electoral roll published on October 27, 2023.

The elector-population ratio is recorded at 55.54 per cent, compared to 55.04 per cent in the draft rolls. While terming this as a positive development, the CEO said, “The total number of newly enrolled electors is 34,700 with 15,596 male, 19,095 female and 9 third gender.”

“As many as 16,509 electors, including 5280 expired electors have been deleted from the electoral roll during the Revision period,” he added.

The total number of service electors enrolled in the final electoral roll is 21,832, with 97 inclusions and 38 deletions during the revision period, he added.

Among the 16 districts of the state, Imphal West district has the maximum number of electors (3,81,005), while Noney district has the minimum number of electors (29,438). The Imphal West and Imphal East districts have the maximum number of third gender electors (77 each), while Thoubal, Chandel, Ukhrul, Senapati, Tamenglong, Kamjong, Noney and Pherzawl districts have no third gender electors.

The CEO Manipur also informed that the general public/electors and representatives of political parties can inspect/verify the final photo electoral roll at the offices of electoral registration officers/assistant electoral registration officers, and with all the booth-level officers.

Further, one printed copy of the final electoral roll of each assembly constituency and another copy in a pen drive will also be made available to the recognised national and state political parties.

By Sobhapati Samom Updated: Jan 22, 2024 8:40:55 pm
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