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Rajkot Update News : Link Aadhaar With Voter List 2023


Aadhaar Card Update Online - The UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) requests people to update their Aadhaar Cards. It has indicated that an Aadhar Card update can "Enhance the Ease of Living." Even though not legally necessary, the updation of Aadhaar cards that were more than ten years old is strongly advised.

You might have heard about the recent notification released by the Indian government about the linkage of Aadhaar cards with several other documents, such as bank accounts, PAN cards, ration cards, and many more. Well, the next on the list is the Voter ID as the Indian government has decided to link it with the Aadhaar Card as well. This news is not new, in fact, the deadline for the same was earlier on 31st March, which has been extended by a year now by the recent announcement of Mr. Kiren Rijiju, the Union Law Minister. This move has been taken by the government with the consideration that many people haven’t linked their Aadhaar cards with their Voter IDs. If you’re also among them, then this article is surely for you as we will discuss with you how to link Aadhaar with Voter List.

But before we take a direct dive into the process, it’s better to take a brief overview of the Aadhaar Card and the Voter ID.

What is an Aadhaar Card?

Aadhaar is a 12-digit unique identification number issued by the Indian government to residents of India and you would be surprised to know that today it not only stands as the world's largest biometric identification system but also a proof of identity for millions of people in India.  

It is issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), which is a statutory authority established under the Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and Other Subsidies, Benefits, and Services) Act, 2016.

Features of the Aadhaar Card

An Aadhaar Card has demographic and biometric information of residents of India, including their name, date of birth, gender, address, photograph, iris scan, and fingerprints. It is linked to an individual's biometric and demographic data and is used by millions regularly for various purposes, such as registering under government schemes, opening bank accounts, availing subsidies, filing income tax returns, and other identification purposes.

Not everything is good about Aadhaar as it also have its share of controversies due to concerns about privacy, security, and potential misuse of biometric data. To deal with this, the Indian government has implemented various safeguards and regulations such as encryption and strict authentication protocols to protect the privacy and security of citizens’ data. However, concerns about the potential risks and misuse of Aadhaar data still continue to be a hot topic in India.

What is a Voter ID?

A Voter ID, also known as an Elector's Photo Identity Card (EPIC), is an identification card issued by the Election Commission of India (ECI) to eligible voters in India. It is used as photo ID proof and helps citizens to exercise their right to vote in elections at various levels including central, state, and local.

A Voter ID contains the voter's name, photograph, gender, age, and address, along with a unique serial number and a hologram for security. It is issued to individuals who are 18 years of age or older and are eligible to vote as per the guidelines laid down by the Election Commission of India.

Being an important document for Indian people, Voter ID enables them to exercise their democratic right to vote in elections and participate in the electoral process. It helps to prevent electoral fraud and ensures that only eligible voters can cast their votes. In addition to serving as proof of identity for voting, the Voter ID card also acts as a valid identification document for various other purposes, such as opening bank accounts, applying for government schemes, and availing services from government agencies.

The reason the Indian government has advised people to link their Aadhaar cards and the Voter ID cards is the Electoral roll authentication. Because this way, the government will be able to eliminate all those voter identity cards which have been issued more than once to any voter with the major being the relocation of voters, etc. 

राजकोट अद्यतन समाचार लिंक आधार वोटर आईडी कार्ड के लिए

In the past, there have been discussions and proposals regarding linking Aadhaar and Voter ID to improve the accuracy and transparency of the electoral process, prevent duplication of voter records, and eliminate voter fraud. However, as of now, linking Aadhaar and Voter ID has not been made mandatory by the Election Commission of India (ECI) or the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). Even in his recent statement law minister of India Kiren Rijiju assured that the names of those voters who don’t have their Aadhar Card linked with the Voter ID will not be removed from the voter list.

Laws Applicable to Aadhaar Linking

The linkage of Aadhaar with various documents in India is governed by the Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and Other Subsidies, Benefits, and Services) Act, 2016, commonly known as the Aadhaar Act. 

Being passed on 25th March 2016, it provides the legal framework for the collection, storage, and usage of Aadhaar card data, and sets out the rules and regulations for linking Aadhaar with various documents, services, and schemes. 

The Aadhaar Act defines the purposes for which Aadhaar can be used, such as for receiving subsidies, benefits, or services from the government, and specifies the conditions and safeguards for the use of Aadhaar data, including privacy and security provisions. It also outlines the process for obtaining and authenticating Aadhaar, and the rights and responsibilities of Aadhaar holders, requesting entities, and other stakeholders.

While the Aadhaar Act is responsible for the above-mentioned use cases, it does not have any provision for the linkage of Aadhar with the Voter ID, hence an amendment was made in the Election Rules, known as the Election Rules Amendment Act 2021. Through this amendment, the central government has empowered the election commission of India to ask for Aadhar number from the voters and link it with their Voter IDs.

Rajkot Update News – Complete Process of Link Aadhaar With Voter List 

Form 6B is available on the website of the Election Commission of India and is published with the purpose to link Aadhar With Voter List. This Form 6B can be downloaded from the website. It can be filled and submitted in various ways.

  • Direct Filing on the website through the NVSP portal

The first way is to fill out Form 6B through the NVSP portal, which requires you as a voter to login there using the registered email address or contact number. If you haven’t registered either of them with the Indian Election Commission, then you can do it on the same portal itself. Once done, you will see your Voter ID card with the option to feed Aadhaar Number. Using that option, you can enter your Aadhaar details and link them successfully with the Voter ID.

  • Offline Submission to BLO (Booth Level Officer)

Another option for you is to submit the Aadhaar details directly to the regional Booth Level Officer. For this, you have to download Form 6B, fill it in with the necessary details and submit it to BLO, who will further enter it into the online database. 

  • Voter Helpline Application

You can also download the mobile application of the Election Commission of India. Using the link given within the application, you can link your Aadhaar card with the Voter ID after entering the correct details of your Aadhar and verifying it with OTP.

Aadhaar Card can also be linked with the voter ID using your mobile phone or SMS. To link them with the use of SMS, you have to send your voter ID & Aadhar Number with a space between them, to either 166 or 51969. If you wish to link it with your Voter ID using your Phone, you can dial 1950 and share the details asked by the IVR (Interactive Voice Response) during the call.

What do you need to Link Aadhar with Voter ID?

You must have your email address and phone number if you are linking your Aadhar with your Voter ID. If you want to do it offline then you will need Form 6B which can be downloaded from the website of the Election Commission of India and the address of your BLO (Booth Level Officer). You can find your BLO by entering your Voter ID Number (EPIC ID) on the NVSP portal.

Deadline for Linking Aadhaar with Voter ID

The linking of Aadhaar with voter ID was authorized after the passing of the Election Laws (Amendment) Bill in the Lok Sabha in December 2021. Further, a deadline was issued in a notification by the Ministry of Law & Justice. It was mentioned in that notification to link Aadhar with the Voter ID before 1st April 2023. Which is recently amended by the central government and extended till 31st March 2024.

Once you have linked your Aadhar with your Voter ID, you can verify the same by logging into the NVSP portal. You may need your registered mobile number or email to log in to the portal. Once you are logged in, you can view your Voter ID card details. If your Aadhar number is showing with it, it means you have already linked your Aadhar with your Voter ID. Otherwise, it will show an option to feed Aadhaar Card Number.


While the process to link your Aadhar card with your Voter ID is quite simple, it can be a little inconvenient if you are not well-equipped with the technology. This guide tells various ways with simplified steps to get the job done. We hope all the mentioned points are clear to you regarding the linkage of the Aadhaar Card with the Voter ID. Although it is not yet mandatory, it is expected to be made compulsory in the future so we suggest you get it done at the earliest to avoid any inconvenience in the future.

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