TIRUNELVELI: The general public and political parties may contact the following phone numbers in case of poll code violations and other complaints regarding the May 13 elections.
Assembly constituencies under Tirunelveli Parliamentary constituency and the phone numbers to be contacted (STD Code: 0462): Alangulam – 2500701, Tirunelveli – 2500712, Ambasamudram – 2500709, Palayamkottai – 2500708, Nanguneri – 2500713 and Radhapuram – 2500714.
Assembly constituencies under Tenkasi (Reserved) Parliamentary segment and the phone numbers to be contacted: Rajapalayam – 2501139, Srivilliputhur – 2500783, Sankarankovil – 2500734, Vasudevanallur – 2500726, Kadayanallur – 2500782 and Tenkasi – 2500720, according to District Collector R. Palaniyandi.
He said the voters, who are yet to receive their voters’ identity card, may show any one of the following documents to cast their votes, provided if their names figure in the electoral rolls.
Passport, driving licence, Permanent Account Number (PAN) card, identity cards issued by public limited companies, State or Central Government organisations and local bodies, bank or postal passbooks (which should be in operation on or before February 28, 2009), land patta with photo or registered land documents with photos, SC/ST/OBC certificates with photographs issued by competent authorities before February 28, 2009, Ex-Servicemen pension book with photographs, pension orders, dependent certificates, old age or widow pension orders, photo identity cards of freedom fighters, firearm licence issued before February 28, 2009, physically challenged certificate with photograph issued by competent authority issued before February 28, 2009, National Rural Employment Guarantee Programme identity card with photograph issued before February 28, 2009 and health insurance smart card issued by Central Labour Welfare Department before February 28, 2009.
If all these documents carry the photograph of only the head of the family, he should accompany the eligible voters and identify them to the authority when they come to the booth to cast their votes, Dr. Palaniyandi said.