‘MapmyIndia Polling Booth Locator’ to guide Delhi’s voters during the 2015 Delhi Assembly Elections

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People who are bad in directions have another reason now to step out and vote for a better government in the capital city of Delhi. In a unique initiative to convenience/facilitate the citizens of Delhi to cast their votes during the upcoming Delhi Assembly Elections MapmyIndia, India’s leader in premium quality map data, Car GPS Navigation, GPS Vehicle Tracking, GIS Enterprise Solutions and Location Aware Web and Mobile Applications, has launched the mobile friendly web application MapmyIndia Polling booth locator (https://delhielections.mapmyindia.com/). The locator is equipped with MapmyIndia’s unmatched house-level data which will take you from your doorstep to the poll booth.

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“Electioneering is the very basis of building a strong democracy and we are fortunate to be in a position to contribute towards this very critical process in our small way. With the MapmyIndia Polling Booth Locator, this time the citizens of Delhi will find it a bit more convenient to exercise their franchise during the assembly elections,” says Deepro Ganguly, Marketing Manager, MapmyIndia

Ease of use

Special care has been taken to make it simple and easy to use so that maximize usage. Citizens can search for their pool booth either by providing their voter id or be their name and few details viz. Mother’s name/father’s name/husband’s name and locality. The application also allows the citizens to see all the [polling booth in a particular locality. Along with the poll booth location the locator provides the Voter Identity Card number, serial number etc.

 

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