By S. Ramachandran.
I am an IIT engineer, know 10 ways to rig the Electronic Voting Machines, says Arvind Kejriwal Delhi chief minister to NDTV supporting his allegation that Electronic Voting Machines have been rigged in the recent assembly elections .
Sorry Arvind Kejriwal, you are a novice in politics, that is what you prove by your innocent, rather inappropriate statement.
You must be knowing Madam Smriti Irani. Her education qualification varies from ‘Oxford’ Degree to, well, school drop-out depending upon which side of the truth you belong to. She was the Minister of Human Resources Development, which control IITs. It was she who actually discovered the ‘violation of rules’ by Scientist Anil Kakodkar in appointing Director and ‘sacked’ him from Board of Governors of IIT-Bombay.
So you may be an engineer from IIT but IITs itself were/are under the management and control of very learned persons.
None other than PM Modi said not long ago that ‘on the one hand, there are intellectuals who speak in the name of Harvard University, and on the other, a poor mother’s son is trying to change the economic policy of the country’, referring to the demonetization. It was Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen who called demonetization a “despotic action that has struck at the root of economy based on trust” while Manmohan Singh who went to Oxford described it as “organized loot and legalized plunder”.
The same PM said Lord Ganesh was the first to have ‘plastic surgery’.
So IITs/BARC/ Harvard University/ Oxford have been proved absolute nonsense and wrong and UP elections proved the same.
Madam Smriti Irani was a better and more eligible one to appoint the ‘right’ / ‘right wing’ candidates to the post of Director of the Board of Governors of IITs and the likes.
The chaiwala PM, a poor mother’s son is trying to change the economic policy of the country and he is right rather than Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen.
So they know all and they know better.
You boast, Arvind Kejriwal, that you are IIT engineer, know 10 ways to rig the Electronic Voting machines.
We pity you. ‘They’ may not be IIT engineers but have thousands of ways and means to rig not only the Electronic Voting machines, but the whole election process itself.