Tuesday, May 21, 2024
spot_imgspot_img
More
    spot_imgspot_img
    spot_imgspot_img

    Latest Posts

    Why Did the Supreme Court Reject SBI’s Plea on Electoral Bonds?

    In a decisive move, the Supreme Court has denied the State Bank of India’s (SBI) request for an extended deadline until June 30 to disclose details about electoral bonds to the Electoral Commission of India (ECI). The apex court has mandated the SBI to submit this crucial information by March 12’s end of business hours.

    This ruling comes amid ongoing debates over electoral transparency and political party funding in India. Electoral bonds, introduced in 2018, have sparked controversy due to concerns about donor anonymity and their potential influence on the political process.

    The Supreme Court’s insistence on timely disclosure underscores the significance of transparency in electoral financing, reaffirming the judiciary’s commitment to democratic principles and accountability in political finance.

    This decision is poised to have far-reaching implications, setting a precedent for heightened scrutiny of electoral financing mechanisms to safeguard the integrity of the democratic process.

    spot_imgspot_img

    Latest Posts

    spot_imgspot_img

    Don't Miss

    ADVERTISEMENT

    spot_img
    spot_imgspot_img