40 percent votes tampered in EVM

  • Former CM Digvijay raises issue of EVM hacking

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
Former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and Congress leader Digvijay Singh has once again raised the issue of Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) hacking.

He said that I am not alleging that manipulation is taking place but 30 to 40 percent of the votes may be manipulated. One and a half months ago, BJP formed government with full majority in three states including Madhya Pradesh. Regarding this, Congress has once again raised questions regarding electronic voting machines. Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh along with Atul Patel from Gujarat hacked the EVMs. He also claimed that EVM hacking could lead to manipulation of 30 to 40 percent votes. During this press conference held in the capital Bhopal, Digvijay Singh demonstrated the entire voting process in front of the media with EVM expert Atul Patel. During this, 10 votes were cast in one EVM.

Congress Rajya Sabha member Digvijay Singh said that from 2003 till today, why has the Election Commission not put the EVM software in the public domain? Machine parts come from different places.

Voted on the banana symbol, but the results were shocking

Apple, banana and watermelon were the election symbols. During this time, most of the journalists voted on the banana symbol, but the results were shocking. In the final result apple got more votes. Digvijay Singh alleged that in a country with a population of 140 crore, where there are 90 crore voters, should we give the right to decide all this in the hands of such people? Neither the voters nor the officers and employees are the owners of the entire election process. Its owner is a software developer and and person who input software . Singh told that earlier the collectors used to decide which EVM would go to which booth, now it is loaded from the central office of the Election Commission in the name of randomization. The machine will obey the software and not the operator. The former CM put the Central Election Commission in the dock and said that the Election Commission is not impartial and is under pressure. We expect impartiality from the Election Commission. But all the work of EVM is in the hands of private people. When software does everything, then that software will decide whose government will be formed. The Election Commission itself has said in its response to RTI that it does not have any technical team.

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