Calls to 'Remove EVMs, Save Democracy' ring loud as thousands rally against alleged misuse of Electronic Voting Machines

Mass Protest against EVMs: The protesters are collectively advocating for the removal of EVMs, and urging the ECI to establish comprehensive administrative safeguards, procedures, and security measures to ensure transparent, independent, and impartial elections.

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Mass Protest against EVMs: In a resounding display of dissent, thousands of Indians converged on the streets of Delhi on Wednesday, united in their protest against the perceived misuse of Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Waman Meshram, President of Bharat Mukti Morcha, led a massive demonstration outside the Central Election Commission office, voicing concerns over the fairness of elections in the country.

Nationwide Awareness Campaign Against EVMs

The demonstration is part of Bharat Mukti Morcha's nationwide awareness campaign titled 'EVM Scam Expose Rashtriya Parivartan Yatra - Part 2.' The protesters are collectively advocating for the removal of EVMs to safeguard democracy in India. Additionally, they are urging the Election Commission of India to establish comprehensive administrative safeguards, procedures, and security measures to ensure transparent, independent, and impartial elections.

Waman Meshram boldly stated, "EVM machine is a thief, Election Commission is the leader of thieves." Meshram, also the national president of the All India Backward and Minority Community Employees Federation (BAMCEF), extended an invitation to opposition parties and the Bharatiya Janata Party alliance to join the movement against EVMs.

Sharad Pawar Joins the Protest

Nationalist Congress Party founder and chief Sharad Pawar lent his support to the mega demonstration in Delhi. His participation underscored the widespread concern over the integrity of the electoral process.

Speech by Former NCT Delhi Cabinet Minister Goes Viral

A video featuring a speech by former NCT Delhi cabinet minister Rajendra Pal Gautam went viral on social media. In the video, Gautam questioned the confidence of Modi government leaders in winning elections and alleged a connection between Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), which manufactures EVMs, and the BJP. He claimed that four out of seven directors of BEL are BJP leaders, suggesting a conflict of interest in the election process.

Online Support and Trending Hashtags

The hashtag 'Remove EVMs, Save Country' gained significant traction online, with millions of retweets and posts expressing support for the protest. The virtual mobilization added a powerful digital dimension to the on-ground demonstration.

As the clamor against EVMs intensifies, Bharat Mukti Morcha's protest serves as a focal point for those demanding electoral transparency and fairness in India.