Paridhi PatelAsked on 12 April, 2019
Who can purchase electoral bonds?
An Indian citizen or group of citizens can purchase electoral bonds.
Rakesh TambeAsked on 12 April, 2019
Who can receive electoral bonds?
Political parties who are registered under Section 29A of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, and have received more than one percent votes in last parliamentary polls, can receive electoral bonds.
Rishika BalasubramaniumAsked on 12 April, 2019
What is the biggest argument against electoral bonds?
Critics of electoral bonds claim it largely helps national parties and since donors are anonymous, it doesn't do much to curb black money.
Pari SinghAsked on 12 April, 2019
What did Supreme Court say in its order?
Supreme Court refused to put a stay on electoral bonds but asked parties to submit details of their fundings, in a sealed cover, to EC.