US-based cyber expert claims hacking EVMs in 2014 elections

21 Jan 2019 07:45 PM

US-based cyber expert claims hacking EVMs in 2014 elections

Updated 21 Jan 2019 07:45 PM

In what could have immense political ramifications, a US-based cyber expert on Monday claimed that BJP leader Gopinath Munde did not die of cardiac arrest during a road accident but was murdered in 2014. Syed Shuja who claims being a part of the team which designed Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) in India has also alleged that the 2014 general elections which was swept by the BJP were completely rigged.

Shuja demonstrated the hacking through a video conference in an event organised by the Indian Journalists' Association (Europe) in London this evening. Notably, the event was also being attended by senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal whose party has often alleged that the EVMs in the country were tampered by the ruling BJP in most elections, a claim which the Election Commission has always outrightly rejected.

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