Organisation : Election Commission of Pakistan
Facility : Check Your Registration
Country : Pakistan
Details : https://ecp.gov.pk/frmGenericPage.aspx?PageID=29
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ECP Check Your Registration
There are two ways to get this information
a) Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in collaboration with NADRA provides SMS service for the public to facilitate the eligible voters to check their registration status.
Related : Election Commission of Pakistan Women NIC Registration : www.electionin.org/2761.html
Public can get the information by entering CNIC number and sending the text message to the number 8300. An automated response will be received in this regard with the name of electoral area, block code and serial number.
b) Every registered voter can check his/her particulars by visiting their respective District Election Commissioner’s office, where the final electoral roll is available.
The addresses or contact information of the DEC’s offices across the four provinces can be found on the Election Commissions website.
How To Register
You can submit your application along with a copy of CNIC to the District Election Commissioner (DEC)/ Registration Officer/Assistant Registration Officer of the district where you want to get your name enrolled.
The prescribed Form-21 (Enrolment / Transfer of Vote) is available online at the ECP website or they can be obtained free of cost from the office of the District Election Commissioner / Registration Officer OR Assistant Registration Officer.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the minimum age for becoming a candidate for the National Assembly of Pakistan?
2. What is the minimum age for becoming a candidate for a Provincial Assembly?
3. What is the minimum age for contesting elections to the Senate?
4. What is the minimum age for becoming a candidate for office of the President?
5. If a person is registered as a voter in Peshawar can he contest elections to a National Assembly Constituency from Lahore?
Yes he/she can. For election to the National Assembly a person has to be enrolled on any district/ constituency electoral roll anywhere in the country and not necessarily in the constituency he/she wants to contest elections in.
This however, is not the case if one wants to contest Provincial Assembly elections. In order to do so, one must be registered as a voter in the province where he/she wants to contest.
6. Can a convicted and previously imprisoned offender contest elections?
No, if a person is sentenced to imprisonment for at least two years, he cannot contest any election unless a period of five years has elapsed since his release.
7. Can a person holding public office or in the service of Pakistan living away from their enrolled district vote through postal ballot if they cannot vote in person?
Yes a person in the service of Pakistan or holding a public office can vote through postal ballot paper if he/she wishes to cast their vote at the constituency of their home town.
8. Can family members of government servants who have been posted away from their enrolled constituency also cast their vote by postal ballot?
Yes they can if they are registered as voters.