Despite, the objections being raised relentlessly upon Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) by various political parties, government is not paying attention to remove it. It is very interesting to note that the countries which are considered most developed in the world, such as Japan, South Korea and many European countries, can be seen as moving away from the use of EVMs. So, why India cannot give up EVMs? When the people are not satisfied with EVMs, government must replace it by ballot paper, because avoidance of people’s aversion towards EVMs is against freedom of expression.
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