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Should electoral rolls be outsourced so that large scale deletion of genuine voters, as seen in Mumbai, is avoided?

As many as 1.3 million genuine voters did not find their names in the electoral rolls in Maximum city and several, including high-profile people such as Deepak Parekh and Ram Jethmalani, had to leave the booths without exercising their franchise. Should the task of compiling the electoral rolls be outsourced so that the large-scale exclusion of genuine voters is is avoided? Do share your views with us, and also tell us if you encountered similar problems when you went to cast your vote.

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