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Live: ‘EVMs hacked, stolen, replaced etc etc’ shenanigan starts, Urmila Matondgar looks for a reason after she trails from Mumbai-North

As soon as the Exit Polls were out, Congress and the opposition parties started with their EVM shenanigans

The Exit Polls have predicted a thumping victory for Prime Minister Modi led BJP and a bigger number for NDA. The highest prediction being made for NDA is by India Today that pegs the number at 367. As soon as the Exit Polls were out, Congress and the opposition parties started with their EVM shenanigans. After their ‘EVMs hacked’ theory did not work, the ecosystem came up with grand tales of how EVMs were being stolen and replaced. These lies were also summarily busted.

If the BJP does end up winning the 2019 Elections today, the EVM lies and shenanigans are expected to continue with the opposition blaming the electoral process instead of introspecting why the country rejected them.

This live article will track the grand lies of EVM tampering and related news.

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1:00 PM: And so it begins! Congress’ Mumbai-North Lok Sabha seat candidate Urmila Matondkar on Thursday alleged that there was a mismatch in signatures on an electronic voting machine (EVM) form.

“On the form of EVM 17C from Magathane, the signatures and the machine numbers are different. A complaint has been filed with the Election Commission,” she said in a tweet.

7:45 AM: The counting of votes is yet to begin.

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