The Supreme Court asked the ECI to look into the allegation that the BJP got extra votes in EVMs during the mock polling in Kerala.

The Supreme Court on Thursday (April 18) asked the Election Commission of India to look into allegations that electronic voting machines (EVMs) recorded extra votes in favor of the BJP during a mock poll in Kerala.

A bench consisting of Justice Sanjiv Khanna and Justice Dipankar Dutta passed this oral direction when a report on the EVM issue was brought to its notice during the hearing of the EVM-VVPAT case.

Advocate Prashant BhushanReferring to a report published by the Association for Democratic Reforms, Manorama Online Regarding the complaints about fake elections conducted on EVMs in Kasaragod constituency of Kerala. According to reports, both the Left Democratic Front (LDF) and the United Democratic Front (UDF) have complained to the District Collector that at least four Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) have mistakenly voted in favor of the BJP. I have added additional votes.

Justice Khanna told Maninder Singh, “Mr. Singh, check this.

The bench is hearing petitions seeking 100% verification of Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail Slips (VVPATs). Today is the second day of hearing. The hearing is ongoing. Live updates can be tracked here.

Leave a Comment

“The Untold Story: Yung Miami’s Response to Jimmy Butler’s Advances During an NBA Playoff Game” “Unveiling the Secrets: 15 Astonishing Facts About the PGA Championship”