The Election Commission of India (ECI) has approached the Delhi Police asking for them to file a FIR and investigate the statement made by self-claimed cyber expert Syed Shuja.
Syed claims that he was a part of the group at Electronic Corporation of India Ltd (ECIL), which planned and developed the EVMs and furthermore affirmed that the 2014 general elections in India were tampered with.
The EC has requested that the police “investigate promptly” the statement made by Shuja at an event in London on the 21st of January 2019.
A few regional leaders have taken to twitter to express genuine concerns with respect to the security aspects of the machines. They said that if EVMs can really be altered as guaranteed in the conference in London, then it ought to be completely tested as it puts our democracy and the appointive procedure in hazard.
In an electrifying case, Shuja has likewise said that senior BJP Gopinath Munde was killed on the grounds that he knew about EVMs being fixed in 2014.
The Election Commission of India was as of now examining what legitimate move could be made in regards to the question and answer session sorted out by Indian Journalists’ Association and has over and over kept up that the electronic voting machines were secure.