New Delhi: Supreme Court rejected the petition of leaders of 21 opposition parties in voting VVPAT slip-match case of EVM held by EVM.
The Bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Deepak Gupta and Sanjeev Khanna
dismissed the plea filed by Telugu Desam Party chief N Chandrababu Naidu and leaders of
20 other parties, saying that he had no reason to think again on their order.
The petitioners had requested to look again at the order of eight April bench, in which
Supreme Court ordered the Election Commission to hold the slips of the match EVMs five polling
stations instead of one of each of the assembly Vvpat Was there.
Justice Gogoi said, “We do not see any reason to consider our prior order.
We are not in favor of hearing filed review petitions on behalf of the leaders of 21 opposition parties. ”
This senior counsel for the petitioners during the hearing Abhishek Manu Singhvi argued that
50 per cent of polling stations in the main petition Demands for EVM machines were
sought to match VVPAT slips, but the court increased this number from one to five EVMs.
He said that the petitioners will be happy if this number is increased to 33 percent.
Otherwise, this figure can be increased to at least 25 percent.
Significantly, the petitioners said that instead of one, matching votes of EVM machines
of five polling stations with VVPAT slips could not yield satisfactory results.
Supreme Court refused to rethink about its earlier order
The petition of opposition parties said that 50 per cent VVPAT slabs should be matched
with the votes cast in the EVM and in case of any disturbance the results should be declared on the basis of VVPAT count.
Among opposition leaders Sharad Pawar, Congress, Nationalist Congress Party than
they had filed a petition Minister KC Venugopal, Trinamool’s Derek O’Brien,
Bahujan Samaj Party’s Satish Chandra Mishra, MK Stalin, DMK, CPI V Rangarajan ,
Manoj Kumar Jha of Rashtriya Janata Dal, Arvind Kejriwal of Aam Aadmi Party,
Farooq Abdullah of National Conference,
haratiya Janata Party The second included the Communist Party of Sudhakar Reddy,
RLD’s Ajit Singh and other leaders including M. Badruddin Ajmal AIUDF.
Today, after being dismissed review petition told reporters Mr. Singhvi courthouse, ”
we are approved, we will fully respect the Supreme Court decision of the court. ”
He said the petition means filing does not That the petitioners do not respect the court’s prior order.