EVM Is A ‘Black Box’, No One Can Scrutinise: Rahul Gandhi

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EVM Is A ‘Black Box’, No One Can Scrutinise: Rahul Gandhi 

| Updated: June 16, 2024 18:13

Congress leader and MP-Elect Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said that “serious concerns” are being voiced over the transparency of India’s electoral process and described the electronic voting machine (EVM) as a “black box” that no one is permitted to examine.

Taking to X (formally Twitter), he said, “Democracy ends up becoming a sham and prone to fraud when institutions lack accountability,” and he tagged a media story that stated the candidate of the Shiv Sena, who won the polls from Mumbai’s northwest by 48 votes, had a phone that could unlock an electronic voting machine.

The former Congress president also tagged the post on X by Elon Musk in which he spoke about eliminating EVMs. 

“We should eliminate electronic voting machines. The risk of being hacked by humans or AI, while small, is still too high,” Musk had said in his post. 

The Opposition parties have been raising concerns over EVMs for some time now and had sought a 100 per cent count of the VVPAT slips, which was not allowed.  

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