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PRACTICE QUESTIONS ON PARAJUMBLES WITH PAIRING METHOD, BY SAKSHI PAHWA
parties to . A. The ceiling of Rs. 2000 on cash donation might inconvenience parties to some extent but is unlikely to stop the disguising of huge cash donations from corporate houses and vested intereststo stop the disgusing of huge B. But his proposals are doomed to fail, not because they do not go far enough but because they go in the wrong direction. C. All that the parties will now have to do is find more people to lend their names as cash donors. D. In the public mind, political corruption is the source of most forms of corruption. E. No doubt, the Finance Minister was seeking to address this concern about the lack of transparency in the funding of political parties when he announced measures to cleanse the process of making donations towards election expenses of parties. F. The proposal does not disrupt the flow of illicit political donations but only channels it differently, and will not reduce the proportion of cash from unverifiable sources in the total donations received.