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by Jeremy Spirogis
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AAP chief Sanjay Singh has launched a video predicting EVM tampering.

new Delhi: After the voting for the Delhi Assembly Election on 8 February, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) feared tampering with the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM). Party chief Sanjay Singh has launched a video elevating questions concerning the functioning of the Election Commission. However, these allegations have been utterly denied by the Election Commission. Chief Electoral Officer Ranbir Singh gave an in depth reply relating to this concern. <! –

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CEO Ranbir Singh stated, "The sector officer doing obligation within the elections needed to vote in colleges at two totally different locations. For this, he was given 2 units of EVMs. This set consists of 1 CU, BU, and VVPAT. At each locations, the officer saved a reserve machine. When the polling was over, he picked up the EVM set of the place closest to the automobile and put it first. He then went to the sales space in one other and from there within the presence of policemen picked up one other reserve machine machine and began strolling on foot, as a result of the way in which to achieve that sales space was 500 meters from the highway, by the slender lane. Meanwhile, passersby bought confused after seeing the officer carrying the reserve EVM set and a few individuals recorded the video. However, after 2 pm that EVM was sealed within the presence of the leaders.

Sanjay Singh's cost
Actually, AAP chief Sanjay Singh had accused the Election Commission in a press convention on Sunday. Singh stated, "How long does it take to state the vote of 70 assembly. Something is cooking. The Election Commission should reply to this. The video I tweeted shows that EVMs are being taken down the road. Reserve EVMs How can I roam around on the road. I was monitoring each assembly. Manoj Tiwari is saying don't cry about EVM, why are you saying brother. If something is wrong then tell me. "

62.59 p.c voting in Delhi, Election Commission instructed why remaining figures launched late
The Election Commission official additional stated that today (9 February) at 2 pm, within the presence of all of the candidates of the involved space, the EVM was checked, then no vote was solid in it, as a result of it was a reserve machine, there was no voting in it.

62.59% Voting
The Election Commission official stated {that a} whole of 62.59 p.c voting was recorded for the Delhi Assembly elections on Saturday. He stated that the best turnout was 71.6 p.c in Ballimaran meeting constituency, whereas the bottom in Delhi Cantt meeting space was 45.four p.c. Regarding the delay in declaring the voting share, he stated that it takes time to gather all of the figures.

2% extra voting than Lok Sabha elections
Singh stated that the voting share of this time meeting election is about two p.c greater than the Lok Sabha election, whereas the final meeting election is about 5 p.c lower than in 2015, when the turnout was 67.12 p.c. Earlier, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convenor Arvind Kejriwal questioned the Election Commission on Sunday for not releasing the ultimate voting figures even after 22 hours.

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