Lok Sabha Aam Chunav 2019: Google Map will tell booth location, Learn Process for Vantage
In the current Lok Sabha elections, through the Google Map, all the polling stations will be reached. Keeping this in view, this innovative experiment is being done for the first time, considering that there is no problem with voters. Under this pilot project, this arrangement is being done for some special area voters so that voting percentage is increased. Under this arrangement, voters will be given information about their voting center through SMS on mobile.
Commissioner and IG initiative
In the Lok Sabha elections, more and more people use franchise, there is a lot of exercise for this. The police is also active in this direction. Police officials believe that many times the number of polling stations or their geographical location is not fully acquainted with the people. Voting centers are made to some school. People listen to the name of that school, but before going, think about where and where else. In a state of dilemma, he can not take part in this great event of democracy. To overcome this dilemma of voters, the commissioner Dr. Ashish Goel and IG Mohit Agarwal have taken initiative to reach people to the booth through Google Map.
The staff members of the election will take Google map print to the house of voters.
Although this system is now in the form of trial. The staff members of the election will take the print of Google map to the voters house. There will be a map of the way between their façade and the polling station. About 80 percent of the range of voters will send information on the number of polling booths by sending an SMS to the mobile. There are total 5967 polling booths and 10814 booths in the division, where such preparation is being done.
Speak IG Range
IG Range Mohit Agarwal says that a pilot project has been arranged to provide Google map to voters so that voters can use their franchise without reaching the booth.