On Friday, The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) urged the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to either prove that Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) can be hacked or apologise for making fraud allegations.
“The room where voting happens is nearly observed. How might somebody change the motherboard of the machine in such protected condition,” BJP pioneer Manoj Tiwari told media.
He included that changing the motherboard is the same as building another machine inside and out and the AAP can’t be considered that.
He stated, “The Aam Aadmi Party is lying and their purposeful publicity depends on false premises.”
BJP pioneer Nahlin Kohli stated, “The sort of affirmations the Aam Aadmi Party has raised on vote based appointive process is an exceptionally hazardous indication of rebel brains.”
He inquired as to whether the AAP trusts that the EVMs can be hacked, why didn’t they acknowledge the Election Commission of India’s (ECI) welcome.
The ECI today dismisses the AAPs consent to ‘change or altering’ of the motherboard of EVMs amid the ” EVM challenge’ which will be hung on June 3.
The AAP yesterday submitted a memorandum to the ECI urging it to reconsider the terms in which it said participants would not be allowed to tamper with or change the motherboard of the EVM machines.