EVM-VVPAT shocks opposition, Supreme Court dismisses petition

New Delhi. The verdict of the Supreme Court has shocked the opposition. The Supreme Court today dismissed the reconsideration petition filed by the opposition over the match of EVMs and VVPAT slots. This petition was filed by 21 opposition parties including the TDP and Congress in the Supreme Court. The demand for these parties was that the order of matching of EVMs of 50 per cent VVPAT slabs be given to the Election Commission. Chandrababu Naidu, D. Raja, Sanjay Singh and Farooq Abdullah were present in the court for hearing.

21 opposition parties, including TDP and Congress, petitioned the Supreme Court for this. The main demand of these parties is that the order of matching of 50 per cent VVPAT slabs to EVMs should be given to the Election Commission.
In the last month, the Supreme Court had asked in every decision to match EVMs and VVPAT slips of at least five booths in every assembly area. Considering the Supreme Court, the EVM and VVPAT match has increased five times in the Lok Sabha elections. The court said that 5 VVPATs will match EVMs in each constituency. There was just one VVPAT match right now.

Petition in the Supreme Court Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Sharad Pawar (NCP), Sharad Yadav (LJD), Arvind Kejriwal (Aam Aadmi Party), Akhilesh Yadav (SP), Derek O'Brien (TMC) and M.K. Filed by Stalin (DMK). In the petition, he has requested the court that 50 percent of EVM results should be matched with VVPAT or re-examined before the announcement of the results of the general elections.


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