After Supreme Court order, election commission asks parties to provide details of contributions received through electoral bonds
Monday, 13 November 2023 () The Election Commission has asked political parties to provide details of contributions received through electoral bonds until September 30, 2023. This comes after a directive from the Supreme Court. The parties have been asked to submit the information in a double-sealed envelope. The details should include the donors' names, the amount of each bond, and the bank credit details. The Court had ordered the EC to provide up-to-date data on funds received through electoral bonds within two weeks.
AAP MP Raghav Chadha says "On 11th August, I was suspended from the Rajya Sabha. I went to the Supreme Court for the revocation of my suspension. Supreme Court took cognizance of this and now my suspension has been revoked after 115 days...I am happy that my suspension has been roved and I want to thank the Supreme Court and Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar..."
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