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The TMC obtained Rs 1,397 crore by means of electoral bonds, second highest after BJP.

New Delhi:

The BJP obtained the utmost funds by means of these bonds at Rs 6,986.5 crore since they have been launched in 2018, adopted by West Bengal’s ruling celebration Trinamool Congress (Rs 1,397 crore), Congress (Rs 1,334 crore) and BRS (Rs 1,322 crore).

The highest purchaser of electoral bonds, Future Gaming and Lodge Companies, donated Rs 509 crore to Tamil Nadu’s ruling celebration DMK by means of the now scrapped fee mode, the Election Fee information confirmed on Sunday.

Odisha’s ruling celebration BJD was the fourth largest recipient at Rs 944.5 crore adopted by DMK at Rs 656.5 crore and Andhra Pradesh’s ruling celebration YSR Congress redeemed bonds price practically Rs 442.8 crore.

The JD(S) obtained bonds price Rs 89.75 crore, together with Rs 50 crore from Megha Engineering, the second largest purchaser of electoral bonds.

Future Gaming of lottery king Santiago Martin was the most important purchaser of electoral bonds at Rs 1,368 crore, of which practically 37 per cent went to the DMK.

Different main donors of the DMK included Megha Engineering Rs 105 crore, India Cements Rs 14 crore and Solar TV Rs 100 crore.

The TMC obtained Rs 1,397 crore by means of electoral bonds, second largest recipient after the BJP.

The DMK was among the many few political events to reveal the id of the donors, whereas main events such because the BJP, Congress, TMC and AAP didn’t disclose these particulars to the Election Fee, which has now made public these submitting as per a Supreme Courtroom order.

The TDP redeemed bonds price Rs 181.35 crore, Shiv Sena Rs 60.4 crore, RJD 56 crore, Samajwadi Get together acquired Rs 14.05 crore by way of electoral bonds, Akali Dal Rs 7.26 crore, AIADMK Rs 6.05 crore, Nationwide Convention Rs 50 lakh.

The CPI(M) has declared that it’ll not obtain funds by means of electoral bonds, whereas filings made by the AIMIM and BSP confirmed nil receipts.¬†

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is revealed from a syndicated feed.)

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