The Supreme Court on Friday issued notice to the central government and the election commission on a BJP plea challenging the Delhi High Court order that the contribution to its coffers by the Indian subsidiary of an overseas-based company amounted to foreign contribution.
The Delhi High Court on Friday fixed for hearing on March 12 a PIL seeking registration of a criminal case against Aam Aadmi Party and its founding members on the ground that the party allegedly received foreign funding in violation of various laws.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought responses from AAP and its founding members, including Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, on a plea for registration of a criminal case on the ground that the newly formed party allegedly received foreign funding in violation of various laws.
The Delhi High Court Wednesday transferred to another bench the PIL seeking a probe against Congress and BJP alleging that they received fundings from UK-based Vedanta Resources in violation of various laws.
The Centre was Friday directed by the Delhi High Court to respond to a plea accusing Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convener Arvind Kejriwal and some of its members of receiving foreign funds in violation of law.
The Centre and the Election Commission were asked Thursday by the Delhi High Court to respond to a plea for court-monitored probe by an SIT or the CBI into the funds allegedly received by the Congress party and the BJP from UK-based Vedanta Resources and Indian PSUs.