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EVMs against Right to Privacy, claims engineer

By Dna calender  23-May-2019

EVMs against Right to Privacy, claims engineer

A 53-year-old civil engineer has sent a letter and a petition to the Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi and to the registry of the Supreme Court casting aspersions on the trustworthiness of electronic voting machines (EVMs) for counting of votes and demanding that Thursday's counting shall be conducted through voter-verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT).
The man, Atul Patel, who is a Congress party worker from Ahmedabad, has claimed that the EVMs can generate data from its database which can show which serial number voter voted for which party and which candidate, which is a violation of the Right to Privacy. He has claimed that booth-wise counting of EVMs violate the privacy and secrecy of the voters and as a result, they face harassment, or are rewarded, in the future based on their voting pattern revealed by the EVMs.

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