Electoral Bond

Telangana's TRS party ranks first in income earned via electoral bonds

Meanwhile, Andhra Pradesh's Telugu Desam Party was among the 18 parties which declared that they had spent more than what they had mobilised in 2019-20.

published on : 12th October 2021

May not be able to hear PIL against Electoral Bond scheme before Dussehra break: SC

The application had claimed that so far more than Rs 6,500 crore worth of electoral bonds have been sold with the majority of donations going to the ruling party.

published on : 4th October 2021

70 per cent income of parties comes from unknown sources: ADR report

Parties don’t have to reveal names of individuals or organisations giving less than Rs 20,000, nor those who donate through electoral bonds.

published on : 1st September 2021

Rahul Gandhi takes dig at BJP over rise in income

The Congress has opposed the electoral bonds, alleging that it helps the party in power.

published on : 28th August 2021

Govt approves 17th tranche of electoral bonds; sale opens on July 1

Electoral bonds have been pitched as an alternative to cash donations made to political parties as part of efforts to bring transparency in political funding.

published on : 30th June 2021

Government approves issuance of electoral bonds from April 1-10

Electoral bonds have been pitched as an alternative to cash donations made to political parties as part of efforts to bring transparency in political funding.

published on : 30th March 2021

SC must expose electoral bonds; if not now then when, asks Congress

Congress has been alleging that electoral bonds were designed to benefit the BJP.

published on : 27th March 2021

Supreme Court dismisses plea to stay sale of electoral bonds ahead of assembly polls 

The top court had said that the government should look into this issue of possible misuse of funds received through electoral bonds for illegal purposes like terrorism.

published on : 26th March 2021

SC flags possible misuse of funds received through electoral bonds

During the hearing, the top court said suppose a political party wants to encash electoral bonds and finance a protest, what is the government's control on how this fund is put to use.

published on : 24th March 2021

SC to hear on March 24 plea against opening of window for sale of electoral bonds

A bench comprising Chief Justice S A Bobde and justices A S Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian took note of the submission of an NGO that its plea be heard urgently.

published on : 18th March 2021
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