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New Delhi: The Delhi CM is now using the Delhi parliament to fulfil his personal dreams and guide the nation on his abnormal idea of the EVM tempering issue. Just imagine if Lalu Yadav passes a bill in the Bihar assembly and declares CBI as unconstitutional or any other state mocks on the Indian democracy. Kejriwal mocking the EVM has not only mocked the election commission but he is also mocking the Indian people who have voted against the AAP party in the recently held elections.

However the Election clarified today on the AAP demonstration on the EVM machines

The Election Commission, through media, has learnt about a so called demonstration of tampering of ‘look-alike’ EVM. In this context it should be understood that it is possible for anyone to make any electronic gadget which ‘looks-like’ ECI EVM and demonstrate any Magic or Tampering.

Very simply put, any 'look-alike'' machine is just a different gadget, which is manifestly designed and made to function in a ‘tampered’ manner and has no relevance, incidence or bearing on the Commission's EVMs.

It is commonsense that gadgets other than ECI EVMs can be programmed to perform in a pre-determined way, but it simply cannot be implied that ECI EVMs will behave in the same manner because the ECI EVMs are Technically Secured and function under an elaborate Administrative and Security Protocol.  Such so called demonstration on extraneous and duplicate gadgets which are not owned by the ECI cannot be exploited to influence our Intelligent Citizens & Electorate to assail or vilify the EVMs used by the Commission in its electoral process.

Election Commission of India (ECI) has scheduled an All Political Parties meeting on 12th May 2017 for EVM Issues and other Electoral Reforms. The Status Paper on ECI EVMs is available on ECI’s website (http://eci.nic.in/eci_main1/current/StatusPaperonEVM_09052017.pdf) which gives details of Safety and Security Measures taken by ECI to make ECI EVMs non-tamperable.

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