Will Netas Follow SC's 'Swachh Politics' Order? | The Right Stand With Anand Narasimhan

Exercising its constitutional powers, the Supreme Court on Thursday made it mandatory for all political parties to give reasons for putting up candidates with criminal antecedents in general and assembly polls.

8 new rules for India's criminal Netas | The Urban Debate: Mirror Now

On The Urban Debate with Tanvi Shukla, In a bid to crackdown on the rising number of candidates with criminal backgrounds, Supreme Court issues fresh directions. Will naming & shaming criminal netas clean up Indian politics or do we need a tougher law?

India Development Debate by ET Now

Prof Jagdeep Chhokar, Founder & Trustee of ADR, emphasized that there is no transparency in electoral bonds in an interview with ET Now.

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