The NCT of Delhi is going for elections in the fourth phase of General elections in India in all its 7 Lok sabha constituencies. They are Chandni Chowk, North east delhi, East delhi, New delhi, West delhi, South Delhi and North West Delhi (SC).
There are quite a few ways to find if your name exists in the final electoral rolls or not.
To search for your name in the final electoral rolls with photographs, visit this link (this link and all older links below have been removed; please see update below post for fresh link) and enter your locality to download PDF’s.
For example, if you stay in Dharam pura, enter dharam pura or if you know your constituency you can directly enter the constituency name, eg., chandni chowk etc.
If you find it hard to search through the entire list, here is an easy way to search your name. Just visit this link and enter your details.
If you have your voter ID card with you and want your electoral details to be sent to your email ID, you can enter them in this website.
Alternatively, you can also find your electoral inclusion by an SMS typing VOTE <space> your election ID number and sending it to 53535 from MTNL mobile or you can directly call the number 47617500 to find your details.
Finding the polling booth address
If you have your voter ID card and sure that your name exists in the final electoral lists, you can find the polling booth allotted to you by visiting the Google election center.
You will find a section called Search voter rolls where you can enter your name and select Delhi as the city.
You can also find the details of candidates contesting from your constitution using Google election center.
Remember that having a election ID card (Voter ID card) isn’t sufficient to cast your vote but the inclusion of your name is vital even if you didn’t receive your ID card as you can show any other Photo ID cards like passport, ration card,driving license etc.
Update: For any future elections, you can visit the site of Chief Electoral Officer Delhi to know various things concerned with elections and voting.