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Arvind Kejriwal questioned the integrity of the Election Commission, Twitter makes fun of him

Arvind Kejriwal questioned the integrity of the Election Commission, Twitter makes fun of him

 

Questioning the credibility of electronic voting machines (EVMs), Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said there are many ways to tamper with the EVMs and the Election Commission (EC) is helping the BJP win elections.

 

There are many ways of tampering EVMs. I am an engineer from IIT … I can tell you 10 ways how EVMs can be tampered. The EC is doing it intentionally… Why are they brushing the allegations under the carpet? The EC is pulling out all stops to help the BJP win. There are solid evidences how EVMs give vote to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) only, that’s why we are raising the issue.” Kejriwal said.

 

Explaining how EVMs can be tampered with, Kejriwal said: “The chips, which are made by two different companies, can be manipulated at source…a bug or a Trojan Horse (a virus/a malicious computer programme used to hack a computer) can be inserted in the chips at the point of origin. I am going to see now what kind of EVMs they are going to use… They are bringing back EVMs from junkyards. Earlier the EC said they won’t accept EVMs older than 2006 and now they are bringing these machines in polls.”

 

Asked whether he would take up the “open challenge” by the EC to hack its EVMs, Kejriwal said: “Just wait and watch. See what happens in next 10 days.

 

In his first interview after AAP’s defeat in Rajouri Garden bypolls in Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal refused to accept that the people were unhappy with his party’s performance in the national capital. “The Delhi bypoll loss was just anger against one candidate, nothing more,” said Arvind Kejriwal.

 

After he questioned the credibility of EVMs, Twitterati responds with some funny reactions:

 

 

 

 

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