Any machine with chip can be hacked: Digvijaya Singh on EVMs

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on December 5, 2023
Congress leader Digvijaya Singh alleges any machine with a chip can be hacked and opposes voting by EVMs since 2003. Singh questions if Indian democracy should be controlled by professional hackers and calls on Election Commission and Supreme Court to defend it. Journalist Ravi Nair explains how EVMs are not foolproof and not...

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