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About electronics quality , EVM tampering

Election commission EVM hacking challenge not likely to be successful

Facing complaints the election commission has said that anyone can try to hack the electronic voting machine during a specified period in May 2017. However it is extremely unlikely that the opposition will be able to find any flaws in the EVM during the challenge period due to a number of reasons.
One of the main reasons is that indian opposition parties like AAP, BSP, Samajwadi party do not have a very good understanding of electronics at the senior level, they have not consulted any person who has practical experience in designing and developing electronic items like the EVM . Most indian citizens are not trained engineers, and even fewer citizens are experienced engineers who have developed electronic systems which are actually working. The opposition parties are not willing to accept the fact that they lack expertise and get the necessary help.
The second reason why the machines will not be hacked, is because the manipulation is likely to be due to poor quality control and systems by the election commission, when they are actually preparing the machines for election . The opposition is targetting the machines, when actually the manufacturing systems can be easily manipulated to favor a particular party