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SC’s verdict on electoral bonds signals countdown for Modi govt: Shujath Ali

Prominent Congress leader Shujath Ali called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to resign from the premiership in light of the Supreme Court's recent judgment declaring the electoral bonds scheme as illegal and unconstitutional.

Hyderabad: Prominent Congress leader Shujath Ali called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to resign from the premiership in light of the Supreme Court’s recent judgment declaring the electoral bonds scheme as illegal and unconstitutional.

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In a press statement issued in Hyderabad on Friday, Ali emphasized that despite Prime Minister Modi’s claims of electoral bonds ensuring transparency, the Supreme Court’s contrary observation now demands accountability.

He stated that this historical judgment would bolster democratic values and restore public confidence in India’s democratic framework by reintroducing transparency in public donations.

Ali expressed hope that the verdict would mark the beginning of the end for the Modi-led central government and contribute to the enhancement of democratic principles in the country.

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