EVMs Can Be Corrupted

Although the Election Commission of India says there's nothing wrong with Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) and the Supreme Court of India has chosen not to intervene in the various debates surrounding the credibility of the country's electronic voting system, there are some people who are not convinced and believe that EVMs can be easily corrupted. One such person is Professor Sebastian Morris of the Goa Institute of Management. He speaks to Paranjoy Guha Thakurta in this exclusive interview in Hindi and English.

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