Ec rejects charges of evm hacking in 2014 polls mulls legal action the election watchdog also said it was mulling legal action in response to the claims made by a person identified as syed suja at a press conference in london. The election commission on monday evening rejected the claims of evm hacking made by a man who claimed he had worked for the electronics corporation of india limited a state owned company that makes the voting machines the poll panel said it was looking at options for legal action in the matter the man identified himself as syed shuja. Rejecting the outlandish and explosive claims made in a cloak and dagger manner the election commission of indiaeci asserted that it firmly stands by the foolproof nature of its machines even as it said it is examining as to what legal action can and should be taken in the matter. Ec rubbishes cyber experts claims of evm hacking in 2014 mulls legal action bjp targets congress updated january 22 2019 1203 am ist by indiacom news desk email. New delhi the election commission on monday rejected the claims of evm hacking made at an event in london and is examining what legal action can and should be taken in the matter
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