Former President Pranab Mukherjee raises alarm over EVM tampering, issues statement

Pranab Mukherjee - Former President of India

Former President of India, who is well respected even with the RSS (primary umbrella body of the ruling BJP), has come out with his official statement over the ongoing electronic voting machines controversy.

Pranab Mukherjee expressed his concern over the alleged tampering of voter’s verdict, affirming that the onus of ensuring absolute institutional integrity lies with the Election Commission.
With RSS Chief, Mohan Bhagwat

Mukherjee also said there can be no room for speculation that challenge the very basis of Indian democracy. He posted his clarification from his twitter handle a while ago, which read:

“I am concerned at reports of alleged tampering of voters’ verdict. The safety and security of EVMs which are in the custody of ECI is the responsibility of the Commission.”

“People’s mandate is sacrosanct and has to be above any iota of reasonable doubt.”

Image result for pranab mukherjee after voting in delhi“The onus of ensuring institutional integrity in this case lies with the Election Commission of India. They must do so and put all speculation to rest.”

Mr. Mukherjee added as a firm believer in the country’s institutions, it is his considered opinion that it is the ‘workmen’ who decide how the institutional ‘tools’ perform.

Several video of alleged movement and tampering of EVMs went viral on social media, however, the EC has dismissed all the charges and suggested nothing was wrong.
Pranab Mukherjee’s statement Issued on May 21, 3:15pm

As a responsible citizen and a leader, Pranab da had posted his photograph after getting inked in Delhi on May 12, urging all citizens to be a part of the celebration of the world’s largest exercise of democracy.

Below are few of the many videos and images of EVMs being transported in private vehicles without security, that have surfaced from across India.

The Congress said the EC should take immediate and effective steps to address the complaints of movement of EVMs from strongrooms from various parts of the country.

Top opposition leaders, who met here on Tuesday, also decided to move the EC to press for their demand of tallying the paper trail of votes (VVPATs) with the EVM figures.

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