Wednesday, September 08, 2010

SC dismisses petition on EVM

sep 7th, 2010

everyone passes the buck. but in the end it is the ECI that owns the tar baby. they are the ones that have to demonstrate EVMs are safe. which they cannot, because they are not. simple fact. so they will keep on dissimulating, and the kkkangress will keep on stealing elections. simple. 

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From: S. Kalyanaraman
Date: Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 11:29 PM
Subject: SC dismisses petition on EVM

SC dismisses petition on EVM

PTI | 10:09 PM,Sep 07,2010

New Delhi, Sep 7 (PTI) The Supreme Court today dismissed a petition seeking a direction to the Election Commission for allowing the continuance of ballot papers in place of Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) in elections. A three-judge Bench comprising Justices J M Panchal, Deepak Verma and B S Chauhan refused to interefere with the decision of the Bombay High Court which had rejected the plea of a politician Banwari Lal. The apex court said it was not inclined to go into the plea of the petitioner questioning the efiiciency of EVMs and asked him to approach the EC with his grievances. The Bench also took on record the guidelines laid down by EC for holding elections using EVMs. EC has said there will be a first-level checking of EVMs and representatives of political parties can be allowed to be present near the machine during polls. Further, candidates can nominate the technical representatives, according to guidelines submitted by EC counsel Meenakshi Arora.


Raman said...

Follow Telengana model, have more than 64 candidates and render EVMs useless.

Right Angle said...


The supreme court did not give any reason for dismissing the petition..

I have been for long questioning the credibility of the so called indian judiciary (which any way is the british autocratic and authoratative judiciary, )

Is there any way to make those SC judges accountable for their judgements..

When a higher court issues judgement negating the lower court, then is it not that ridiculous.. either the higher court or the lower court should have given wrong judgement, and what is the punishment for those judges?

Contrary to that, think of the indian way of justice system..

SC is not a noble god.. they are to be made accountable..