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Amit Shah questions Opposition over 'EVM Tampering' controversy, asks 'Are they questioning Supreme Court orders?'

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 22 May 2019, 16:37 IST
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As since the exit polls result have come out in favour of NDA, the opposition has taken EVM tampering on its target. Even some of the leaders have given a warning to the government and election commission that if there will be any tampering found in EVM there will be riots on the ground level. Well, it was an indirect warning to the government that has been opposed by several.

Today, the BJP president Amit Shah has tweeted a questionnaire to the opposition just before few hours of General election 2019 results. The BJP president asked six questions to the opposition, Q.1. The majority of these opposition parties questioning the reliability of EVM, have never conquered the elections by EVM. If they don't believe in EVM, why would these parties have the power formula on winning the election?

 

He also asked the opposition that are they questioning the orders of the supreme court. He tweeted, "The highest court in the country has finalized the electoral process after taking cognizance of more than three PIL. In which every assembly constituency has been ordered to count five VVPAT.
So, are they also questioning the order of the Supreme Court?"

The BJP president has several questions for the opposition parties who are on the protest against EVM and also against the election commission for being biased towards BJP in the general elections. Amit Shah also said that the opposition never accepted the challenge given by Election Commission. "Taking proactive steps on the subject of EVM manipulation, the election commission had publicly challenged the show by challenging it. But that challenge was not accepted by any opposition party." He tweeted.

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First published: 22 May 2019, 16:37 IST
 
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