Most workers did not know how to read or write, so we had to fill the survey as well as voter registration forms for them. The registration drive continued till late evening on November 5th , 2016. A postal registered letter had to be arranged for many to establish proof of residence.
After analyzing the survey forms the domestic migrant workers were categorized into 3 categories;
|S.No||Particulars||No of Persons|
|1.||Migrant workers not registered at their native place & wanting to register at their place of work as a new voter||22|
|2.||Migrant workers already registered at native place & wanting to change their registration to the place of work||26|
|3.||Migrant workers already registered at native place, but are unwilling to change their registration & persons who are below 18 yrs of age||6|
|Total number of persons participated in survey||54|
Accordingly the group was sub-divided into two categories and we helped them fill up the relevant voter registration forms as most of them were not able to read and write.
After filling up the forms, we summarized data as under;
|S.No||Particulars||No of persons|
|1.||Address Proof available||18|
|2.||Address Proof not available||30|
|Total number of forms filled up||48|