Will the BJP cross 400 with religious sentiments? SC also makes big announcement on EVM

Will the BJP cross 400 with religious sentiments? SC also makes big announcement on EVM.

PM Narendra Modi knows how to play with people’s emotions. Narendra Modi knows where, when, what to say or where, when to wear what to wear, how to decorate himself.

Therefore, Modi does not forget to always touch upon the issues of emotions associated with the state of the country where he goes. Popular for his technique.

However, despite his popularity, the BJP has not been able to make a dent in many important states of the country.

Narendra Modi’s popularity, which came to power twice in 2014 and 2019, has not worked in the South.

Similarly, by using his popularity, the BJP has not been able to capture West Bengal, which is known as the most important state in the country’s politics. Modi has made no mistake in trying to gain the confidence of the people of this state.

In the last assembly elections, the PM had moulded himself like Kabiguru Rabindranath Tagore to earn the confidence of the people of Bengal. However, the people of Bengal did not go wrong in that form of Modi.

Once again, he handed over the reins of the state to Mamata. Modi changed that form after the end of the elections. That’s past. It’s time for the Lok Sabha elections.

The first phase of polling has already ended and the second phase of polling is underway in 13 states today. Polling is underway in five Lok Sabha constituencies of Bengal here.

Will the BJP cross 400 with religious sentiments
Will the BJP cross 400 with religious sentiments

Bad luck of PM Modi !

In the midst of this polling, at an election rally in Bengal today, the Prime Minister said that he will be born in West Bengal due to the upcoming public opinion.

A massive election rally of BJP is being held today in Malda, Bengal. This meeting has created a crowd. The only modi anthem is the sound of modi in this crowd. Prime Minister Modi is thrilled to see this atmosphere.

So in his speech at the meeting, he said, “There is not so much love on his forehead. I think I was born in Bengal in the past. I will be born in Bengal next time as well.

From the beginning of his speech at this rally in Malda, Modi has tried his best to prove himself to be the dream of the people of Bengal. He said, “Bengal is ahead in all aspects of art, culture, philosophy, progress.

But that Bengal is now increasingly lagging behind. He says, “Don’t let our Bengal break down like this. Don’t let your love fail. I will reciprocate this love.

BJP leader makes communal remarks

At a rally in Rajasthan, the country’s politics is heating up over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s controversial and communal remarks on the redistribution of the country’s wealth and a case has also been filed in the Election Commission.

 Bjp national president JP Nadda has once again made a similar statement even as the controversy over Modi’s statement did not escalate. According to Nadda, the Congress and The INDIA party will take away the rights of ST, SC and OBC and give it to Muslims.

Nadda said the hidden agenda of the Congress and INDIA party is to take away the rights of ST, SC and OBC and give it to Muslims. The Congress has said that Muslims have the first right to the country’s resources.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the country’s first right to wealth is that of the poor. Manmohan Singh did not make that comment by mistake. He said deliberately.

Because in April 2009, while replying to a question in Mumbai, Manmohan Singh stuck to his earlier statement and said that minorities should be given priority and their first right to the country’s resources should be theirs.

JP Nadda controversy

Have the people suffered the consequences of the mistakes made by the Congress?

Replying to a question in Mumbai in April 2009, Manmohan Singh stuck to his earlier remarks and said that minorities should be given priority and their first right to the country’s resources.

Nadda’s allegation that the Congress deliberately used the findings of the Sachar Committee data and falsely quoted the report claiming that the condition of Muslims was worse than that of Dalits.

“False statements were made through the Sachar Committee report and it was said that Muslims are in a worse position than Dalits.

This means that the Congress has already created a base for Muslims to declare SCs and give them the benefits of reservations enjoyed by the SCs.

“The Congress hates Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST) and OBC. Earlier today, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had said that people’s confidence in the Bharatiya Janata Party has increased further after the release of the Congress manifesto.

Because the Congress in its manifesto has repeated the old practice of appeasement. It may be recalled that Prime Minister Modi had called Muslims infiltrators at a rally in Rajasthan.

He alleged that the Congress would redistribute the country’s resources among Muslims. The Congress had filed a complaint with the Election Commission against Modi’s remarks.

The Election Commission faced criticism as the controversy triggered a nationwide backlash. Meanwhile, the commission, however, issued a show cause notice to the Prime Minister in connection with the matter.

It will now be interesting to note how the Congress will challenge JP Nadda’s remarks.

Supreme Court’s landmark judgement on EVM

Supreme Court’s landmark judgement on EVM. The 18th Lok Sabha elections are underway in full swing. The Election Commission is gearing up for the third phase of polling as the two-phase polling concluded successfully on April 19 and April 26.

At the same time, political parties have also intensified their campaigning for the constituencies where the next phase of polling will be held, including Nikas, accounting for the last two phases of polling.

As the second phase of polling was underway, the Supreme Court delivered an important verdict on Friday, April 26, 26, on EVMs and VVPATs.

Hearing a PIL filed in the court, a two-judge bench dismissed all allegations regarding EVMs and VVPATs.

Will the BJP cross 400 with religious sentiments
Will the BJP cross 400 with religious sentiments

The role of EVMs in the Indian democratic system is immense. For the last two decades, assembly elections, Lok Sabha elections in every state of India have been held through EVMs.

What S.L. Shakdher said about EVMs in 1977

It was for the first time in 1977 that the then Chief Electoral Officer SL Shakadhar proposed to hold elections through EVMs.

This was followed by the manufacture of EVMs between 1980-81 and used for the first time in 1982 at 50 polling stations in the by-election to kerala’s K Parur assembly constituency.

Questions have been raised about EVMs in the long run since its first use so far. There is a doubt created. EVMs have been criticised in every election.

The party, which was once in power, was not keen on accepting EVMs just like the opposition.

They were also opposed to it. But soon after coming to power, the BJP changed its stand on EVMs and dismissed the allegations levelled by the opposition regarding EVMs.

The Election Commission has been making efforts to remove all this mistrust and suspicion. But the commission has taken a flexible stand against some political leaders, parties etc.

Some of the functions of the Commission have also made the Commission unconvinced in the public mind. As a result, many people could not believe the steps taken by the Commission regarding EVMs.

So the issue of EVMs has reached the court a lot of times. It was the first time in 1984 that the Supreme Court banned the use of EVMs.

After the amendment to the Representation of the People Act, 1951 in 1988, the ban on EVMs was removed on March 15, 1989 and its use resumed in the country.

What the Supreme Court had said about EVMs in 2018 too

Various people have been filing petitions against EVMs in high courts and supreme courts of different states of the country from time to time. In 2018 too, the Supreme Court dismissed a petition filed on EVMs.

Petitions against EVMs were filed in the Madras High Court in 2001, the Kerala High Court in 2002, the Delhi High Court in 2004, the Karnataka High Court, the Bombay High Court, the Uttarakhand High Court and the Supreme Court in 2017.

Just ahead of the elections, the Association for Democratic Reforms again filed a public interest litigation in the Supreme Court regarding EVMs.

The plea, however, was not to ban EVMs. The plea demanded that every vote of EVMs should be matched with every slip of VVPAT.

Supreme Court’s landmark judgement on EVM
Supreme Court’s landmark judgement on EVM

It is to be noted that during the counting of EVMs, only the votes and VVPAT slips of EVMs of any five polling stations in a constituency are checked. Accepting the petition, the supreme court dismissed the petition after hearing the statements of the petitioner and the Election Commission.

The court said that blindly believing in the election process to maintain harmony in a democracy can lead to doubts without any reason.

However, the court can request the Commission for microcontrollar verification of EVMs by paying additional charges if all the candidates have any doubt within seven days of the end of counting of votes.

The commission will refund their fees if anything is found to be tampered with during this verification.

What parts a EVM is made up of?

An EVM machine is made up of three parts. One part of it is the control unit, the other part is the balloting unit and the third part is the VVPAT.

Voters now cast their votes first by pressing the ‘ballot’ switch in the control unit and pressing the blue switch against the candidate’s name and symbol in the balloting unit.

This vote is reserved in the control unit. A control unit can reserve 2000 votes. Counting of votes is done through this.

The Election Commission had made arrangements for VVPATs to remove the apprehensions, mistrust and objections about evms. Initially, this system was not connected to EVMs.

VVPAT stands for Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail. Through this, voters can see if the votes they have cast have fallen in the right place.

Whenever the voter presses the blue switch in the ballot unit, a slip is shown on the VVPAT. This slip shows the candidate’s name, order and his election symbol. It is shown only for 7 seconds. The slip then gets into the box again.

The move was first introduced in 2013 in the Noksen constituency elections in the Nagaland Assembly to put an end to the ongoing controversy over EVMs. Since then this system has been implemented in every constituency of the country.

ADR’s petition in the court demanded that every VVPAT slip should be checked along with votes from the control unit of EVMs.

At present, during the counting of votes, evms of five polling stations in any constituency are selected and the votes of its control unit and VVPAT slip are combined.

This system has not been able to clear the doubts about EVMs. The Association for Democratic Reform told the Supreme Court that even though there are 200 VVPass slips in a constituency, only five of them are counted.

ADR’s counsel again told the court that vvpat slips should be taken over to the voters and arrangements should be made to hand them over to the box in a bell. These slips can be counted if there is a suspicion of forgery.

What the court said on EVM in the last

On the contrary, the Election Commission says that if we calculate the VVPAT slip, we will have to go back to the day of the ballot.

Hearing the arguments of both sides, the court directed the Election Commission to seal and store its units for 45 days after the EVM symbol is loaded.

 So that these can be re-examined at the request of the candidates who are ranked second and third next time.

It was clear only after Friday’s stand that doubts in the minds of people about EVMs are not so easily removed. 

The court dismissed the petition on EVMs, triggering a controversy over EVMs in the middle of the elections.

Many claim that developed countries like Europe have re-introduced the system of leaving EVMs and voting in ballot papers. 

Even these countries have not been able to trust EVMs. EvM malfunctions, especially during polling, add to the mistrust in a country like India.

It is to be noted that EVMs and VVPAT machines used in India are not imported from abroad. These are made by two companies in India. These are designed in India.

According to the Election Commission, the EVMs used in India are made by two government companies. One of them is Bharat Electronics Limited and Electronics Corporation of India Limited. For the first time, the company made EVMs between 1980 and 1981.

Lok sabha Election 2024 phase 2 polling

Several special candidates from across the country are contesting in the second phase of elections. These include Rahul Gandhi and Shashi Tharoor from Thiruvananthapuram constituency in Wayanad constituency.

Similarly, charming actress Hema Malini will be contesting from Mathura constituency. On the other hand, Arun Gobil (Ramchandra) will contest from Meerut.

High profile candidate Bhupesh Baghel will contest from Rajnandgaon. Meanwhile, Navneet Rana will contest from Amravati constituency.

Amethi constituency came under the bjp’s control !
Amethi constituency came under the bjp’s control !

Apart from this, the list of special candidates includes high profile politicians like Tejasvi Surya, H D Kumar Swami and Om Birla. All the three candidates will be contesting from South Bengaluru, Manda and Kota respectively.

There has been talk in political circles that there are many equations going on with these heavyweight candidates. The fate of these special candidates will be decided by the EVM button today.

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