New Delhi

The battle against black money will be incomplete without addressing the ‘free flow’ of unaccounted money into the electoral process, Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) has said in a letter to the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing unaccounted money of Indians abroad and called for ceiling on election expenditure.In a letter to Justice (retd.) MB Shah, Chairman of the SIT on black money, Jagdeep Chhokar, founder-trustee of the ADR, said that SIT’s work cannot be completed unless attention is paid to the possible use of unaccounted money in the electoral and political process.
Following the letter, the ADR submitted a memorandum to the SIT calling for a ceiling on election expenditure of political parties, bringing them under the Right to Information Act and disclosure of sources of income of candidates contesting elections.


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