The poll panel’s demonstration comes weeks after the Aam Aadmi Party claimed to have successfully hacked into an EVM when its MLA, Saurabh Bhardwaj, gave a point-by-point demonstration on ways to rig the voting machine at a special session of the Delhi Assembly.
At the meeting, the Commission would also seek views of political parties on the proposed challenge it plans to throw to hack its EVMs.
The country's election watchdog is hosting a meeting of 55 political parties to discuss the reliability of EVMs after 16 of them urged the EC to revert to the ballot paper system, claiming faith of people in the machines has eroded.
The Commission has convened the meeting of seven national and 48 state parties to discuss the reliability of EVMs after 16 parties urged it to revert to the ballot paper system claiming faith of people in the machines has eroded.
The protesters, including AAP MLAs and newly appointed Delhi convener Gopal Rai, alleged that the manipulation of electronic voting machines was killing democracy.
Mishra, on the third day of his "indefinite fast", penned another letter to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, alleging that the attacker, Ankit Bhardwaj, was attached with the mohalla clinics project under Health Minister Satyendar Jain.
Meanwhile, rebel leader Kapil Mishra is continuing his war against the Aam Aadmi Party and is on the second day of his hunger strike.
The party's revelations on EVMs have temporarily served as a smokescreen for other problems plaguing AAP, including serious allegations of corruption.
The department has issued the show cause notice to the party's convenor - Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal- and three others and has sought the party's reply in this regard by first half of this month.
During a day-long special sitting of the Delhi Assembly today, AAP MLA Saurabh Bhardwaj put on a "live demonstration" on how electronic voting machines can be programmed to favour any political party.
Jaitley had filed the criminal defamation complaint alleging that the accused, including Ashutosh, Kumar Vishwas, Sanjay Singh, Raghav Chaddha and Deepak Bajpai apart from Kejriwal, had defamed him in a controversy regarding Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) when he headed it for over a decade.
The decision was taken by its high-powered Political Affairs Committee (PAC) chaired by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal at his official residence, capping a dramatic turn of events pertaining to the AAP chief's financial probity.
Live updates from the special Delhi Assembly session to discuss alleged rigging of EVMs.
Sacked Delhi minister Kapil Mishra alleged he was an "eyewitness" to colleague Satyendra Jain handing over Rs 2 crore to Kejriwal.
The allegation by Mishra, who was sacked from the AAP dispensation last night, came amid growing rumblings in the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).
At yesterday's meeting, Vishwas insisted that stern action be taken against Okhla MLA Amantullah Khan, who had accused him of being a “RSS-BJP” agent and plotting a coup in the party, sources said.
Party chief Kejriwal warned party leaders against trying to create a divide between him and his "younger brother" Vishwas, after AAP's Okhla MLA Amanatullah Khan alleged earlier today that Vishwas was trying to "usurp" the AAP and that he harbours ambitions of leading the party.
the Aam Aadmi Party government has directed city schools to install air purifiers so as to ensure students don't face health hazards due to air pollution.
One of the reasons for Kejriwal's major drubbing elections could be the damning Shunglu Committee's report on the Delhi government that contradicts Kejriwal's claims of austerity and transparency.
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Bhagwant Mann, has slammed the party leadership for “behaving like a mohalla cricket team,” and said AAP had committed a “historic blunder” in Punjab.
Former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, who cast her vote in Nizamuddin, asked the voters to think about the development work done by the previous Congress governments.