Hyderabad: Residents in the lurch over getting voters ID cards | Hyderabad NewsNovember 26, 2020
HYDERABAD: With elections around the corner, a large number of residents are seen turning up at Mee Seva centres across Hyderabad, to get their voter IDs printed.
“There was massive crowd at the centre, when I visited one on Wednesday afternoon. I did not expect to see so many people,” said Shipra Chandra a resident of Begumpet.
Another voter, Krithika Rao said that the two centres she visited in Cyberabad were also flooded with people.
But apart from battling crowds, some residents complained of having to run from one centre to the other as some Mee Sevas did not have the permission to print voter IDs.
“I visited three Mee Seva centres only to be told that they are not authorized to print the voter card. Eventually, one of the employees at a centre directed me to another one in Serilingampally, which was about four km away from this particular centre,” said V Prakash, a resident of Ashok Nagar, RC Puram.
Others too made similar complaints to Mee Seva officials who assured to look into the problem.