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CEC asks politicians not to make comment on EVMs
The chief election commissioner, KM Nurul Huda, on Saturday requested the politicians not make any comments on Electronic Voting Machine before knowing enough on it.
He made the remark while inaugurating a training programme for trainer and training on EVM for Election Commission’s field level officers at the Election Training Institute in the capital.
He said that use of EVM in next general election still depend on amendment of the Representation of the People Order.
He said that the EC will never use any faulty EVMs in the poll as it is serious to ensure holding a an election without any fault.