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'In PM Modi's India, EVMs Have Mysterious Powers': Rahul Gandhi Asks Party Workers to Stay Alert

Gandhi on Thursday had urged party workers in two states to put all their efforts at their respective polling booths to ensure the party's win in both the states.

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Updated:December 7, 2018, 4:39 PM IST
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'In PM Modi's India, EVMs Have Mysterious Powers': Rahul Gandhi Asks Party Workers to Stay Alert
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New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday asked party workers to be vigilant after polls close in Rajasthan and Telangana, saying in "Modi's India, the EVMs have mysterious powers".

Gandhi on Thursday had urged party workers in two states to put all their efforts at their respective polling booths to ensure the party's win in both the states.

Taking to Twitter on Friday, Gandhi asked party workers to be vigilant after polls close.

"In MP, EVM's behaved strangely after polling: Some stole a bus and vanished for 2 days! Others slipped away & were found drinking in a hotel. In Modi's India, the EVMs have mysterious powers," he said, in an apparent reference to media reports that Electronic Voting Machines or EVMs reached a collection centre in Madhya Pradesh 48 hours after voting ended on November 28.
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