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MANOJ B. PATEL

Many political parties are hand-in-glove with the Government to keep themselves out of RTI because they thrive on unaccounted donations. This money helps them buy votes by distributing freebies during elections. If the political parties are brought under RTI, they will have to account for every single penny they receive and spend.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

It is very old news but after that CIC has declared another final decision.

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jogeshwar
It is very old news but after that CIC has declared another final decision.

 

Makes little difference for them in any way.

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