Will continue to fight for transparency in the electoral process: Chandrababu Naidu after setback in SC

NEW DELHI: After The Junked A Number Of Opposition Parties ' Reconsidering 50 Percent VVPAT Verification In Lok Sabha Polls, Andhra Pradesh, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu On Tuesday, He Said He Would Not Give Up The Fight For Transparency In The Election Process.

Twenty-one Opposition Leaders, Including Naidu, Head Of National Conference, CPI Leader D Raja, And Congress Leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi, Made A Request To Review The Apex Court S April 8 Decision In Which The Election Committee Was Guided To The Random Matching Of VVPAT Slips With EVMs To Five Polling Booths Per Assembly Segment.

The Opposition Parties Had Demanded That The Number Would Be Increased To 50 Percent Of The Total Cabins.

We Respect The Command Of The Supreme Court ' But The Party Won't Give Up And Continues To Fight For Transparency In The Election Process In The Country. The ' Is Absolutely Critical For The EC To Work Transparent To Guarantee Free And Fair Elections, Naidu Said In A Statement.

The Election Committee Should Be Responsible For The Fair Implementation Of The Supreme Court Order Of 8 April. In The Event Of A Discrepancy, Voters Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) Strips Should Be Compared With EVM Results In The Entire Constituency, According To The Telugu Desam Party Head.

On The EC ' S Claiming That Counting All VVPAT Strips Can Delay Results By Five Days, Said Naidu," It's Only A Matter Of A Few Days. The Polling Panel Must Choose Credibility And Transparency From Other Things.

The TDP Had Previously Alleged Large-scale EVM Failures In Andhra Pradesh During The April 11 Elections For The 25 Lok Sbha Seats And To Choose A New 175-member Assembly.