Finger with indelible ink mark (right to vote) and Supreme Court
Finger with indelible ink mark (right to vote) and Supreme Court

Supreme Court junks PIL doubting voter secrecy in Indian elections

The petitioner alleged that the polling officer through VVPAT slips can know who voted for whom.

The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a public interest litigation (PIL) petition raising grievance about lack of voter secrecy in Indian elections [Agnostos Theos vs Election Commission of India and ors].

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