Chandrababu Naidu and other opposition leaders met in Delhi to discuss the EVM issue.
The opposition has launched a united attack on the Electronic Voting Machines, and called for a return to ballot paper.The meeting of at least six key parties took place in Delhi this afternoon, two days before the first phase of the national elections and three days before the next.
“Even an advance country like Germany have changed for paper ballot. The Netherlands also moved to paper ballots,” Chandrababu Naidu, a key interlocutor of the opposition, told the media.
Elections in Mr Naidu’s Andhra Pradesh for both Lok Sabha and the state assembly were held in the first phase on Thursday.
“We are raising doubts about the EVMs. The confidence of the voter can only be restored through paper trail machines,” Mr Naidu said.
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