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19. Inclusion of names inadvertently omitted.— If it appears to the registration officer that owing to inadvertence or error during preparation, the names if any electors have been left out of the roll and that remedial action should be taken under this rule, the registration officer shall-

(a) prepare a list of the names and other details of such electors;

(b) exhibit on the notice board of his office a copy of the list together with a notice as to the time and place at which the inclusion of these names in the roll will be considered, and also publish the list and the notice in such other manner as he may think fit; and

(c) after considering any verbal or written objections that may be preferred, decide whether all or any of the names should be included in the roll.

20. Deletion of names.- If it appears to the registration officer at any time before the final publication of the roll that owing to inadvertence or error or otherwise, the names of dead persons or of persons who have ceased to be, or are not, ordinarily residents in the constituency or of persons who are otherwise not entitled to be registered in that roll, have been included in the roll, and that remedial action should be taken under this rule, the registration officer, shall-

(a) prepare a list of the names and other details of such electors;

(b) exhibit on the notice board in his office copy of the list together with a notice as to the time and place at which the question of deletion of these names from the roll will be considered, and also publish the list and the notice in such other manner as he may think fit; and

(c) after considering any verbal or written objections that may be preferred, decide whether all or any of the names should be deleted from the roll:

Provided that before taking any action under this rule in respect of any person on the ground that he has ceased to or is not, ordinarily resident in the constituency, or is otherwise not entitled to be registered in that roll, the registration officer shall make every endeavour to give him a reasonable opportunity to show cause why the action proposed should not be taken in relation to him.

21. Final publication of roll.-(1) The registration officer shall thereafter

(a) prepare a list of amendments to carry out his decisions under Rules 16, 18, 19 and 20 and to correct any clerical or printing errors or other inaccuracies subsequently discovered in the roll;

(b) publish the roll, together with the list of amendments by making a complete copy thereof available for inspection and displaying a notice in Form 16 at his office; and

എന്നാൽ, ഏതെങ്കിലും പ്രവാസി ഭാരതീയ സമ്മതിദായകന്റെ പേര് പട്ടികയിൽ ഉൾപ്പെ ട്ടിട്ടുണ്ടെങ്കിൽ അത് തെരഞ്ഞെടുപ്പ് രജിസ്ട്രേഷൻ ഓഫീസറുടെ ഔദ്യോഗിക വെബ്സൈറ്റിൽക്കൂടി പ്രസിദ്ധീകരിക്കേണ്ടതാണ്.)

(c) subject to such general or special directions as may be given by the State Election Commission, supply free of cost, two copies of the roll, as finally published, with the list of amendments, if any, to every political party for which a symbol has been exclusively reserved by the Election Commission of India.

(2) On such publication, the roll together with the list of amendments shall be the electoral roll of the constituency.

(3) Where the roll (hereafter in this sub-rule referred to as the basic roll), together with the list of amendments, becomes the electoral roll for a constituency under sub-rule (2) the registration officer may, for the convenience of all concerned, integrate, subject to any general or special directions issued by the State Election Commission in this behalf, the list in to the basic roll by