Protect Your Votes Because EVM is a Thief: Farooq Abdullah at India Bloc Rally

Protect Your Votes Because EVM is a Thief: Farooq Abdullah at India Bloc Rally

In a stirring address at the India Bloc rally, former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Farooq Abdullah, delivered a powerful message urging citizens to safeguard their votes, asserting that Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) are akin to thieves.

Abdullah’s impassioned speech resonated with the crowd gathered at the rally, as he voiced concerns over the integrity of the electoral process. His words underscored the need for vigilance and active participation in ensuring the transparency and fairness of elections in the world’s largest democracy.

The veteran politician minced no words in expressing his distrust of EVMs, boldly declaring them as “thieves” that pose a threat to the democratic fabric of the nation. His stark warning reverberated through the audience, igniting a sense of urgency and awareness regarding the sanctity of the voting process.

Abdullah’s remarks come at a crucial juncture, amid growing debates and controversies surrounding the use of EVMs in elections across India. Critics have long voiced concerns over the vulnerability of EVMs to tampering and manipulation, raising questions about the credibility of election outcomes.

The India Bloc rally served as a platform for Abdullah to galvanize support for the protection of electoral rights and to call for greater transparency in the electoral process. His impassioned plea struck a chord with attendees, inspiring a renewed commitment to safeguarding the democratic principles enshrined in the Constitution.

As the nation gears up for future elections, Abdullah’s rallying cry serves as a poignant reminder of the collective responsibility to uphold the sanctity of the electoral process. His call to action resonates beyond party lines, uniting citizens in a common cause to protect the fundamental right to vote and preserve the integrity of India’s democracy. (Inputs)

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