Rengali-Sambalpur (Ramakant Biswal) In a democratic country like India, the government has resorted to the EVM machine to further simplify the process of voting in ballot papers before voting. It also has serious allegations of votetampering, according to young engineer Ashish Mahana. Various political parties have complained that the EVM machine is being tampered with, with widespread debate over the current voting system on EVM machines. The Election Commission has repeatedly demanded that ballots be cast on ballot papers without voting on EVMs. Ashish Mahana, a young engineer from New Rampela village near Rengali, is in the midst of a controversy over EVM machines. He has set an example by building a tampering proof voting machine and trying to send a clear and transparent vote to the government and political parties. Ashish Mahana, an engineer at Hindalco, used a push-button switch on the fan, a battery-powered speedometer, a toy motor, a counter and bicycle bells on the fan to make a tamper-proof voting machine. According to Mr. Mahana, no one can tamper with this voting machine. The voting machine will be in the possession of the Lock and and Unlock Switch Presiding Officer. If the voter goes to the voting machine, the session will be unlocked, and after the voter casts his or her vote, the LED bulb will light up and the bell will ring, and the vote will be recorded at the counter where the voting machine is located. The automatic machine will then be locked. It is impossible for a single voter to cast multiple votes because of an automatic lock. And if other voters come to cast their ballots, the presiding officer can turn on the machine and cast his or her vote. “The more candidates there are in the election, the more meters and engines they will have on the machine,” he said. With the slightest change, the machine can be used to make a complete mechanical, non-batterypowered voting machine, using a serial stomping machine instead of a motor counter. Even if you want to know who got the most votes, you can count them immediately. Mr Mahana hoped the election would be transparent and transparent as the machine was tempered. The machine can be made for just Rs 2,000. The voting machine, which can be built in a completely indigenous way, can help many to find selfemployment and employment. In addition, the government’s vocal for local slogan can also be successfully implemented, he said in his response. It is to be noted here that during the global epidemic of corona, Mr. Mahana created a robotic nurse while providing remote care without access to the affected person to provide treatment and care to the affected person.

2021-02-21 | Sambalpur

Rengali-Sambalpur (Ramakant Biswal) In a democratic country like India, the government has resorted to the EVM machine to further simplify the process of voting in ballot papers before voting. It also has serious allegations of votetampering, according to young engineer Ashish Mahana. Various political parties have complained that the EVM machine is being tampered with, with widespread debate over the current voting system on EVM machines. The Election Commission has repeatedly demanded that ballots be cast on ballot papers without voting on EVMs. Ashish Mahana, a young engineer from New Rampela village near Rengali, is in the midst of a controversy over EVM machines. He has set an example by building a tampering proof voting machine and trying to send a clear and transparent vote to the government and political parties. Ashish Mahana, an engineer at Hindalco, used a push-button switch on the fan, a battery-powered speedometer, a toy motor, a counter and bicycle bells on the fan to make a tamper-proof voting machine. According to Mr. Mahana, no one can tamper with this voting machine. The voting machine will be in the possession of the Lock and and Unlock Switch Presiding Officer. If the voter goes to the voting machine, the session will be unlocked, and after the voter casts his or her vote, the LED bulb will light up and the bell will ring, and the vote will be recorded at the counter where the voting machine is located. The automatic machine will then be locked. It is impossible for a single voter to cast multiple votes because of an automatic lock. And if other voters come to cast their ballots, the presiding officer can turn on the machine and cast his or her vote. “The more candidates there are in the election, the more meters and engines they will have on the machine,” he said. With the slightest change, the machine can be used to make a complete mechanical, non-batterypowered voting machine, using a serial stomping machine instead of a motor counter. Even if you want to know who got the most votes, you can count them immediately. Mr Mahana hoped the election would be transparent and transparent as the machine was tempered. The machine can be made for just Rs 2,000. The voting machine, which can be built in a completely indigenous way, can help many to find selfemployment and employment. In addition, the government’s vocal for local slogan can also be successfully implemented, he said in his response. It is to be noted here that during the global epidemic of corona, Mr. Mahana created a robotic nurse while providing remote care without access to the affected person to provide treatment and care to the affected person.