Swaraj India raises doubts over AAP’s funding, challenges for public debate

Yogendra Yadav-led Swaraj India has alleged that the list of donors AAP has submitted to the Election Commission and tax authorities is different from the one it has put on its website.

Swaraj India raises doubts over AAP’s funding, challenges for public debate

Yogendra Yadav-led Swaraj India has alleged that the list of donors AAP has submitted to the Election Commission and tax authorities is different from the one it has put on its website.

Swaraj India challenged AAP for a debate on its sources of funding. The allegation and the challenge come a day after the AAP challenged the Congress and the BJP for a public debate at the Jantar Mantar on their sources of funding.


On December 23, Anna Hazare had castigated Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for not putting its list of donors on its website.

The AAP, which had taken the donors' list off its website in June this year, has alleged its donors are "being targeted" by tax authorities.

"Why did the party presents two different lists of contributions, one to the tax authorities and Election

Commission and another to the public on its website? Why do the two lists not match? What did the party wish to conceal?" Swaraj India's spokesperson Anupam said.

The party has raised some questions to AAP: