Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal reiterated his complaint about electronic voting machines and demanded the use of ballot papers in future elections. Addressing the media on the matter on Monday, Aam Aadami Party chief termed election commission 'blind dhritrashtra', who always protects it's son 'dhruyordhana' (BJP) by all means.
"At least 18 EVMs in Dholpur have been found to be voting for BJP by default. Press ant button and vote goes to BJP, as the machines have been tampered with," Kejriwal alleged, "But despite all proofs and complaints EC not ready to investigate."
This behaviour of EC hints that all of this may be transpiring under its own directions, he said.
Kejriwal further added that the tempering EVMs is not the hardware kind, but is hi-tech editing in the coding. "I am also and an engineer and I can tell you that it is the coding, which is faulty. If you press a button light corresponding to same will be lit, but VVPAT slips reveal the truth about registered votes," AAP chief said.