SBI gives EC information on electoral bonds, SC reprimands – India TV Hindi

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State Bank of India (SBI) has submitted the complete details of electoral bonds to the Election Commission (EC) today i.e. Tuesday. This information has come out with reference to sources. The Supreme Court on Monday hit out at SBI and rejected its plea to extend the deadline for providing information on electoral bonds. Along with this, the Supreme Court had ordered that SBI should hand over complete information about the election bonds to the Election Commission by the end of business hours on March 12. According to this order of the court, SBI has handed over the complete data of election bonds to the Election Commission till 5.30 pm on Tuesday.

The EC will now publish the data on its website.

A five-judge constitution bench headed by CJI DY Chandrachud in the Supreme Court also directed the Election Commission to publish the information shared by SBI on its official website by 5 pm on March 15. In such a situation, the Election Commission will now have to publish the data sent by SBI on its website by March 15. In the hearing held in the Supreme Court, Justice Sanjiv Khanna, Justice BR. Gwaii, Justice JB. Pardiwala and Justice Manoj Mishra were also present. The bench issued a notice to SBI saying that if the bank fails to comply with its instructions and timelines, the court can proceed against it for willful disobedience of the February 15 order.

The court had quashed the Centre’s electoral bond scheme.

Let us tell you that on February 15, a five-judge Constitution Bench gave a historic decision to quash the Centre’s electoral bond scheme. Declaring it unconstitutional, the Election Commission was ordered to disclose the donors, the amount given as donations and the recipients of the donations by March 13. Following the Supreme Court’s decision, SBI had appealed to extend the deadline for disclosure of electoral bonds till June 30, but the Supreme Court on Monday rejected SBI’s request and held the elections on Tuesday evening during working hours. announced. All details to the Commission.

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