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Everything cannot be suspected; sanctity of the electoral process to be maintained: SC
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Everything cannot be suspected; sanctity of the electoral process to be maintained: SC

Supreme Court reserves order on plea for 100% VVPAT counts, emphasizes maintaining sanctity of electoral process amidst PILs. EC to allay apprehensions.

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'We all know what happened when there were ballot papers,' SC on return of ballot papers or 100% VVPATs count Judiciary
'We all know what happened when there were ballot papers,' SC on return of ballot papers or 100% VVPATs count

SC questions EVM process, debates ballot paper return and 100% VVPAT count verification, citing past issues.

Supreme Court notice on plea to tally every EVM vote with VVPAT slips Political NEWS
Supreme Court notice on plea to tally every EVM vote with VVPAT slips

Supreme Court issues notice to the Election Commission of India on a plea for tallying every Electronic Voting Machine vote with VVPAT slips.

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Election Commission Opposes 100% VVPAT Verification, Citing Concerns About Reverting to Paper Ballots [Read Order]

Discover why the Election Commission opposes 100% VVPAT verification, arguing it could revert to the old paper ballot system. Get insights into their stance and the legal aspects surrounding VVPAT use.

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