Home appliances maker Videocon Industries appears to be the Shiv Sena's biggest benefactor. The company, part of a $5 billion, Mumbai-headquartered group, accounted for all but a fraction of the donations which the Sena has disclosed to the Election Commission of India. A total contribution of Rs 86.84 crore was shown as received by Sena from corporates and non-corporates in 2015-16. Of this, a whopping Rs 85 crore came from VideoconBSE 0.53 %, controlled by industrialist Rajkumar Dhoot, who has represented Sena in the Rajya Sabha for three consecutive terms. Corruption will double with Rs 2,000 notes. As far as stopping corruption is concerned, you are only looking at its demand side.