election commission Open Challenge

The Election Commission of India claimed that the Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) are tamper-proof and challenged to prove that the machines can get tamper which is going to start from June 3.

This is an open challenge to all the political parties. In a recent press conference Nasim Zaidi, Chief Election Commissioner stated that the challenge would begin from June 3rd.

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He claimed that the people who pointed fingers on the reliability of the voting machines do not have any proofs to support their claim. He said that the machines they use are strong and tamper-proof. He ensured that the EVMS’s are trustable and impossible to manipulate. As the election process is an important responsibility to all the stakeholders, the Election Commission will never compromise on things such as reliability and security.

So many opposition parties who had failed to acquire the power, blamed the EVM’s saying the faith people have in machines is eroded. The BSP and AAP parties allegedly bashed the recent elections took place in Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Punjab, Manipur, and Uttarakhand stating that the machines are in the mistake which favored the BJP.

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To support these two parties few other parties also joined hands and requested the Election Commission to revert the system to paper ballots.Taking this into consideration, the Election Commission ensured that the paper trail of voting would be held for the future elections.

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