Congress income fell, AAP, CPI(M), NCP recorded increase in receipts in 2019-20
The Congress noticed its income lower by over ₹200 crore from 2018-2019 to 2019-2020, the monetary 12 months in which polling for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections was held, whereas the Aam Adam Party (AAP), the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), the CPI(M) and the Samajwadi Party (SP) all reported an increase in receipts over the earlier 12 months.
The events’ annual audit studies for 2019-2020, which had been printed by the Election Commission on Monday, confirmed that the Congress went from having a surplus of ₹448.11 core in 2018-2019 to a deficit of ₹315.94 crore. Its income decreased from ₹918.03 crore in 2018-2019, which was the monetary 12 months in the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections, to ₹682.21 crore in 2019-2020.
In its report, the AAP declared an increase in income from ₹19.31 crore the earlier 12 months to ₹49.65 crore in 2019-2020, whereas it’s expenditure additionally rose from ₹16.1 crore to ₹38.8 crore. Of the expenditure, ₹10.36 crore was spent on “electronic media”, in line with the AAP’s annual report.
The Shiv Sena’s report confirmed a lower in income from ₹135.50 crore in 2018-2019 to ₹111.40 crore, of which ₹40.98 crore got here from electoral bonds. The bills went up from ₹14.56 crore to ₹98.37 crore in 2019-2020, a 12 months when the Maharashtra Assembly elections had been additionally held.
The Nationalist Congress Party’s income elevated from ₹8.15 crore to ₹50.71 crore, as did its expenditure from ₹8.84 crore to ₹24.99 crore. The CPI (M)’s income went up from ₹100.96 crore to ₹158.62 crore and its expenditure from ₹76.1 crore to ₹105 crore. The CPI noticed a lower in income from ₹7.15 crore to ₹6.58 crore.
RJD’s helicopter rent cost
The Rashtriya Janata Dal declared income and expenditure of ₹6 crore every. While ₹2.50 crore got here from electoral bonds, the occasion spent essentially the most, ₹3.31 crore, on ‘helicopter hire charge’.
The Samajwadi Party’s report confirmed an increase in income and expenditure from ₹33.8 crore to ₹47.27 crore, and ₹45.32 crore to ₹55.69 crore respectively.
Some events had submitted their annual studies earlier this 12 months, whereas the BJP’s was but to be printed by the EC, which has elevated the deadline for submission to June 30 as a result of pandemic.