Did you know the voting machine company Smartmatic accused of vote switching and foreign interference in 2020 US Elections is also accused of smuggling biometric census database of Indians to Taiwan to create a parallel database for rigging Indian Elections through their voting machines.
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According to the witness affidavit of a high ranking military officer the Smartmatic Voting machines were specifically designed in a way that the system could change the vote of each voter without being detected in order to steal US Elections.
The explosive witness affidavit of the high-ranking military officer in possession of former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell is part of the evidence her legal team is gathering against foreign interference in 2020 US Elections.
The same company Smartmatic smuggled the biometric identities of Indians to create a parallel database in Taiwan to be used in voting machines.
Complaints and letters to the Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Finance, CFT Cell and RTIs in possession of GreatGameIndia sheds light on a criminal conspiracy by Smartmatic Services Corporation and APR Biometric ID Services Private Limited to smuggle Biometric data of Indian citizens to Taiwan. The biometric data was collected in a pilot project of the National Population Register (NPR).
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During the Pilot Project conducted in seven states, including Himachal Pradesh, Sikkim, Meghalaya, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Orissa at 20 locations, the aforesaid Companies collected biometric and demographic data of approximately two lakh Indian individuals which was stored in the machines used for data collection – the PARmobiles.
Edgar Zorrilla, then Senior Vice President of Smartmatic and advisor to CEO along with other officers, told the whistleblower that the PARmobiles (80 in number) were imported by Smartmatic under the name of its previous partner Smart Identity Devices Private Limited and were stored in a warehouse. Further, the said officers hatched a criminal conspiracy to export these devices with the data in them to Taiwan.
According to the whistleblower, the Companies sought custody of the PARmobile machines and fingerprint scanners in order to extract biometric data and sell it to foreign countries. The value of this data in international black market is between US $20 million to US $100 million. The machines and the fingerprint scanners were sent by the Court to Forensic Science Laboratory for analysis.
The Department of Electronics and Information Technology, the nodal agency appointed by the Registrar General of India to carry out the National Population Register’s Pilot Project was urged to intervene in the matter. The said case is still pending in the Patiala House Court, New Delhi.