Electoral Bonds and Supreme Court
Electoral Bonds and Supreme Court

Electoral Bonds selectively anonymous; ruling party can identify donors with help of probe agencies but opposition can't: Supreme Court

The Court also asked how it would be possible to find out if corruption has taken place if donor details are hidden. "If confidentiality is given, how do we ensure that quid pro quo does not take place?" the Court asked.

The Supreme Court Wednesday questioned whether the electoral bonds scheme presents a disadvantage for opposition parties since ruling political parties may have ways to unearth confidential information about donors who contribute funds to opposition parties. [Association for Democratic Reforms and Anr vs Union of India Cabinet Secretary and ors].

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