New Delhi: A gathering of opposition events was held at Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) supremo Sharad Pawar’s residence in New Delhi on Thursday night relating to Digital Voting Machine (EVM) and distant voting. On this assembly, it was determined that the leaders of the opposition events would method the Election Fee of India (ECI) on the problem of EVMs and distant voting.
Based on media stories, the opposition events have selected Thursday to fulfill the Election Fee to discover a answer to their issues over the usage of EVMs (Digital Voting Machines) in elections, and particularly for distant voting. Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar had invited leaders of opposition events within the Rajya Sabha to the assembly. From the Congress facet, Digvijaya Singh, Unbiased Rajya Sabha member Kapil Sibal, Samajwadi Party chief Ram Gopal Yadav, Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray) member Anil Desai and BRS member Ok. Keshav Rao and so on took half.
TMC not included within the assembly
No chief from Trinamool Congress took half within the assembly. After the assembly, Pawar mentioned that now we have simply raised some questions and we anticipate a reply from the Election Fee. Digvijay Singh instructed reporters after the assembly that the opposition events have unanimously rejected the choice of the Election Fee to deploy distant EVMs for the usage of franchise by migrant laborers.
Doubts about EVM: Digvijay
The previous Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh mentioned that the opposition events have rejected the Election Fee’s plan relating to the demonstration of distant EVMs. Voters have doubts about EVMs. Earlier they used to say that EVMs are single unit machines and now they’re saying that names of candidates might be added to them by means of web. Kapil Sibal mentioned that no different nation makes use of EVMs to conduct elections, then why machines are being utilized in India. Sibal and Singh sidestepped questions whether or not they doubted the victory of opposition events in elections performed with the assistance of EVMs.
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Who raised doubt on EVM
With out giving particulars, Sibal mentioned that now we have determined to fulfill the Election Fee for the final time. We need to hear the Election Fee’s facet on our issues. If the Election Fee fails to handle our issues, we are going to take political motion. Digvijay Singh mentioned that the ‘Citizen Fee on Election’ headed by Supreme Courtroom Justice (Retd) Madan Lokur has raised doubts on EVMs and has additionally utilized to the Election Fee however he has not obtained any reply from the Fee.
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