Sisodia will get most donations, 28 lakhs

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Many leaders who got here to the Delhi Assembly riot are elevating funds on-line to fulfill their election bills. It is reported that Delhi's Deputy CM Manish Sisodia leads the ballot fund.

They have raised Rs 28.15 lakh to this point. At the identical time, BJP candidate Rajiv Babbar from Tilak Nagar is behind in accumulating donations. They haven’t obtained any cash but. The Congress has not requested for any donations on the web site but.

Most candidates have set a restrict of Rs 28 lakh for the donation. <! –

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                 This can also be as a result of a candidate can spend a most of 28 lakh rupees in an election. Experts say that solely these leaders who’re extra energetic on social media platforms get extra such donations.

Political events additionally acquire donations from electoral bonds, by slicing slips or at totally different occasions. The Aam Aadmi Party collects election donations by organizing dinner, tea assembly with large leaders. Our web site supplies a platform to leaders to lift cash for election campaigning.

Apart from Manish Sisodia of Aam Aadmi Party, apart from the state convener Gopal Rai, Atishi, Dilip Pandey, Dinesh Mohanian, Durgesh Pathak, Saurabh Bhardwaj, Kuldeep Kumar, many leaders are concerned in elevating funds on this platform.

BJP candidate Rajiv Babbar was behind in elevating funds

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Sisodia's donation crosses the restrict

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Manish Sisodia 28.15 Lakh

Atishi 14.07 Lakh

Gopal Rai 2.89 Lakh

Durgesh Pathak 2.57 Lakh

Kuldeep Kumar 77,756

Dilip Pandey 46,000

Rajeev Babbar 00

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