AAP Demonstrates EVM Tampering in Delhi Assembly

Story By: Rajesh Sharma
Tuesday, May, 09 2017 - 18:33

Delhi government has called for one-day special session of the Assembly on Tuesday there the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj staged a "live demonstration" of alleged EVM (electronic voting machines) manipulation in the Delhi Assembly.

Mr Bhardwaj, who introduced himself as a former computer science engineer, using a prototype, gave a half-hour live demo on how electronic voting machines can be hacked.

"There are secret codes that can be used to decide on the day of voting which candidate can win." Mr Bhardwaj claimed that anyone knowing a "secret code" can tamper with the EVMs to favour any particular party.

He alleged  that “only the motherboard needs to be changed and that can be done in 90 seconds." "Give us access to the EVMs that will be used in the Gujarat elections (later this year) for only three hours...I challenge the BJP will not win a single booth then," Mr Bharadwaj said. 

Earlier today, the Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal had promised a big expose in a tweet. 

"A very big conspiracy will be disclosed before Saurabh Bhardwaj in the Delhi Assembly today. Please do listen to it. Truth will win," he tweeted.

Meanwhile, the election commission said any one can assemble a prototype and challenged AAP to hack an actual EVM.


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