Congressman Chintan Shivir analyses the role of electronic voting machines in the party's election woes.

Three-day Shivir brainstorming sessions on latest elections controversy . Presentation was made on possibility of unauthorized use of EVMs by Opposition parties .

UDAIPUR: During the brainstorming sessions on the latest elections' controversy, the current Nav Sankalp Chintan Shivir in Udaipur addressed the issue of Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs).During the first two days of the three-day Shivir, there were debates on the party's approach to find winning combinations.According to the sources, a presentation was made in the Shivir on the possibility of unauthorized use of EVMs by the Opposition parties, which they have denied in the past.The three-day process will lead to critical decisions that are likely to be taken after the Shivir's conclusion in the Congress Working Committee (CWC).

In its preparation, the presidents of six committees and 430 senior officials are involved.The CWC meeting has started, and interim president Sonia Gandhi of the party has received the summary of the six-point plan.According to the sources, Rahul Gandhi would speak to the leaders after the CWC meeting, which would be followed by Sonia Gandhi's address.