Friday, 14 April 2017

IIT Engineer Kejriwal knows 10 Ways to Tamper with EVM

Aam Aadmi Party leader and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal once again voiced the opinion about complaints of tampering with Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs). He said that as an engineer he knows 10 ways to tamper with EVMs.


Kejriwal said in an interview with the news channel NDTV, "I am an IIT-educated engineer and I can tell you 10 ways of tampering EVMs." He said, "The EC did not take any such step, thereby losing trust among the people. The Election Commission has intentionally become Dhritarashtra, that wants to power his son Duryodhana in some way. Why does not these machines know what is wrong in the investigation?
Since the results of the five assembly elections has come out(and that have not augured well for his party), Kejriwal has been accusing EVMs of tampering. Prior to this, he challenged the Election Commission and said that if the Election Commission provides EVMs to him, he would prove that it can be tempered.


In view of the continued release of EVM, the Election Commission has kept an open challenge to hack EVMs. An official of the Election Commission said, "From the first week of May, experts, scientists and technicians can come for a week or 10 days and try to hack the machines. He said that this challenge will be for one week or 10 days and there will be different levels. Election Commission can even challenge the tampering EVMs by opening these machines.
                                                           ---Deepa Bisht

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