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Rejection of use of electronic voting machine, Election Commission raises 37 objections

Transparent elections are not possible through electronic voting machine, rigging cannot be stopped by using EVM, machine can be hacked, fraud cannot be stopped, machine can be easily tampered with and software can be changed. Detailed report of Election Commission.

Ocean News Updates (Islamabad) Rejection of use of an electronic voting machine, Election Commission raises 37 objections in this regard. Transparent elections are not possible through electronic voting machine, rigging cannot be stopped by using EVM, machine can be hacked, fraud cannot be stopped, machine can be easily tampered with and software can be changed. The detailed report has been presented by the Election Commission of Pakistan.

According to details, the Election Commission of Pakistan has rejected the use of the electronic voting machine in the elections and raised 37 objections on the use of the machine. The Election Commission has submitted a detailed report to the Senate Standing Committee. The ECP objected that the identity of the voter will not remain anonymous with the electronic voting machine, the software and hardware of the electronic voting machine cannot be seen, the machine can be easily replaced with a tamper and software, transparent elections through electronic voting machine. Not possible, the use of EVMs cannot prevent fraud, the machine can be hacked, the electronic voting machine cannot prevent election fraud.

State powers can be abused through electronic voting machines. Electronic voting machines will not stop buying and selling votes. There is very little time for the widespread use of the electronic voting machine in the next general elections. Ballot papers will not be kept confidential by the electronic voting machine. There is no secrecy of voting and voting in the machine, no electronic voting machine, and no transparency. There is no time for testing for transparency. The minimum cost of an electronic voting machine will be Rs 150 billion. Despite spending a huge amount of money, the transparency and credibility of the election will remain doubtful.

It is not clear who will be in charge of the electronic voting machine. The software of the machines can be changed during warehouse and transportation. Transparency in the black box may be questioned. Holder agrees.

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