As Madhya Pradesh anticipates depending on December 11, the Congress has raised worry over the security of EVMs. Two senior pioneers of the gathering, Arun Yadav and Suresh Pachauri, on Sunday visited solid room at Bhopal’s Old Jail. They were joined by PC Sharma and other gathering laborers to survey the security plans there.
The pioneers requested the security to be ventured up with an expanded observation around the solid rooms. They additionally requested test as the EVMs from Sagar, Khandwa and Pandhana had achieved the solid room hours after the surveying finished up on Wednesday.
The Congress had on Saturday moved toward the Election Commission raising the issue of EVM security, while the BJP considered it a malevolent crusade from the restriction.
MP Chief Electoral Officer VL Kantha Rao surveyed the security courses of action at Old Jail. Rao said the EVMs that achieved late from Sagar were the hold machines. Reports have been looked for from Khandwa and Pandhana from the Returning Officers, Rao said.
The organization on Sunday likewise introduced metal finders at the solid room at Old correctional facility in Bhopal.
Congress Campaign Committee director Jyotiraditya Scindia said that more than 1,500 EVMs halted with minutes after the casting a ballot started on November 28 and named it suspicious.
Satna electorate was additionally in the eye of tempest on surveying day as a few EVMs broke down causing delays in casting a ballot.
Taking an agree at the Congress, the BJP state president Rakesh Singh asserted the Congress was wanting to move the buck on EVMs when it loses decision. Raising fingers at protected bodies is a Congress convention, Singh said.