Money spent during Indian elections collected through donations via Electoral Bonds.

Electoral Bonds are a financial means of donating to political parties.

Electoral Bonds have a 15-day tenure for donation to eligible political parties.

Supreme Court declared Electoral Bond scheme unconstitutional.

Electoral Bonds released in January, April, July, and October.

Bonds available in denominations ranging from Rs 1,000 to Rs 1 crore.

Purchasers require KYC-compliant accounts; bonds valid for 15 days.

Registered political parties receiving 1% or more votes eligible for Electoral Bonds.

Electoral Bond Scheme introduced in 2017, aimed at enhancing election financing.

Controversy over Electoral Bonds due to lack of transparency in funding. 

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