SC Grants 2 Weeks to EC and Government to reply on EVM, VVPAT and EVM Tracking Software


New Delhi, July 2 : The Supreme Court has granted two weeks time to the Election Commission and the central government on the PIL filed by Mumbai based advocate Sunil Ahya questioning the authenticity of the source codes of EVM, VVPAT & EVM tracking software (ETS) which may change the election results.

Sunil Ahya had moved the Supreme Court challenging the legal provision mandating six months jail term, if a complaint against the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) turns out out to be false.

This PIL asks for decriminalization so that anyone can come up with fake complaint against EVM and roam free, defaming the demeaning Election Commission.

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