This is their clean,hard-earned money,which I am sure will go a long way in cleaning up Indian politics, Kejriwal said,while thanking donors.
The partys official website records a total donation of Rs 20,04,60,595.54,of which Rs 4 lakh was donated on Sunday. Of the total funds,69.85 per cent of the donations have come from India,10.08 per cent from the US, 5.72 per cent from Hong Kong and 3.14 per cent from UAE,the website shows.
While sources of the partys overseas funding are being questioned,Kejriwal had denied allegations of violating the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) and has said the party took donations only from NRIs with Indian passports.
The largest donation so far has been made by former law minister Shanti Bhushan,who contributed Rs 1 crore in November 2012. Bhushans son,Prashant is a member of AAP national executive.
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The second-highest contribution was made by a Hong Kong-based banker,Amit Agarwal,who donated Rs 50.3 lakh in September. The 40-year-old,who grew up in Delhi and moved to Hong Kong a decade ago,claimed that he had donated a large part of his savings to AAP.
According to the AAP website,the top donors include Hero Cycles (Rs 30 lakh),Vikrant Jindal (Rs 21 lakh),Pranav Thakur (Rs 20 lakh) and Atul M Ramaiya (Rs 20 lakh). The donations made by the top donors Rs 2.41 crore account for an eighth of the partys total funds for the Delhi elections,the website showed.
The rest of the funds,AAP leaders claimed,had come from people-next-door. It is interesting that a large part of the donations came from small donors. It is the reaction of the common man against corruption,in the hope of a better future, AAP member Manish Sisodia said.
Rs 4 lakh donated on Nov 17
India: 69.85% (Rs 14,00,38,228.38)
US: 10.08% (Rs 2,16,50,994)
Hong Kong: 5.72% (Rs 1,14,79,303)
UAE: 3.14% (Rs 62,95,317)
Source: AAP website