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Supreme Court hearing on matter related to Voting through EVM Machines

By LawStreet News Network      19 January, 2022 11:35 AM      0 Comments
Supreme Court Voting through EVM Machines

Supreme Court Advocate Manohar Lal Sharma mentions matter related to Voting through EVM Machines. 

CJI agrees to hear

Advocate Manohar Lal Sharma mentions matter related to Voting through EVM Machines

CJI NV Ramana: so now you have a problem with EVMs?

Sharma: I am only on law

CJI: We will see

Sharma: please list it before upcoming assembly elections

Adv ML Sharma mentions before Supreme Court:

Imposing of EVM Machines for voting is unconstitutional. Ive filed petition along with evidence on record. Please take it on Monday or Tuesday

CJI: so You dont want EVMs?

Sharma: Im with Law, I dont want to go against the law.

Sharma: section 61A of Representation of People Act under which its imposed is not part and voted under Parliament today.  Elections have started, please have before that.

CJI: let me see, otherwise i will list before another Bench.

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