Organisation : Election Commission of Pakistan
Facility : Form C- Correction
Location : Pakistan
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Form C- Correction :
How were the Final Electoral Rolls compiled?
The electoral rolls data, based on the house listing was compiled by the Election Commission of Pakistan and, was handed over to the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA), which prepared draft electoral rolls on the basis of CNIC data available with them. These rolls were then sent for door-to-door verification through school teachers appointed by the ECP as Verifying Officials. ‘Form A’ was devised to register the names and details of those eligible voters whose names were missing from the draft rolls and identified during the door-to-door verification process. ‘Form B’ was used to delete the names of those who were found to have died since the last updating of the rolls. Verified data was sent to NADRA for incorporation of updated information, which was then used to prepare preliminary rolls that were put on display for 21 days at Display Centers established across the country. Establishment of these centers’ was widely publicized through print and electronic media campaigns and the public was invited to verify their information and file claims for inclusion of their names, objections to the names of registered voters and apply for corrections of their wrong particulars. The Revising Authorities appointed by the ECP settled upon these claims, objections and applications for correction, on the basis of which the preliminary electoral rolls were revised and sent to NADRA for updating and printing the Final Electoral Rolls.
How (or where) do I check my details on the FER?
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. 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 at:
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Can a person get a copy of the electoral roll or an extract from the electoral roll?
Yes, any person can get a copy of electoral roll or an extract from the electoral roll from the Registration Officer concerned on payment of Rupees ten per page paid in the form of Court Fee stamps.
My name is not on the FER – What should I do?
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 A (Addition) 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.
The addresses or contact information of the DEC’s offices across the four provinces can be found on the Election Commissions website at:
Forms available at:
What shall I do if my details are not correct on FER?
You can obtain Form – C (Correction) either from the ECP website or from office of the District Election Commissioner/Registration Officer OR Assistant Registration Officer of your area and fill it up while indicating change that you want to make in to your particulars and submit it to the same office. The request will be scrutinized by them and after having clarity the changes will be incorporated in the electoral roll.
I/my son/daughter will turn 18 years old next week. Is it too late to be enrolled to vote?
No, it’s not late. You/they can get their name enrolled in FER anytime till the formal dates for general elections are officially announced, at which point the law requires stoppage of all amendments to the Electoral Rolls.