Desperate Modi govt: Congress on SBI moving SC on electoral bonds

The SBI, on 4 March, moved the SC seeking an extension till 30 June to disclose details of each electoral bond encashed by political parties.

BySouth First Desk

Published Mar 05, 2024 | 2:32 PMUpdatedMar 05, 2024 | 2:32 PM

Mallikarjun Kharge

The Congress attacked the Centre over the State Bank of India moving the Supreme Court to seek more time to disclose electoral bond details, alleging that the Modi government is using the largest bank in India as a shield to hide its “dubious dealings”. Mallikarjun Kharge called the electoral bonds scheme “opaque, undemocratic and destroyed the level playing field”.

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