India being a parliamentary form of government and multilevel party at the different level throws an opportunity of horse trading and game of corruption by parties in order to gain majority and form government at different level. Member of the political parties uses the concept of party hopping in order to gain the position offered by another party. In order to curb this concept of party hopping the anti-defection law was passed by parliament in 1985. Anti-Defection Law is in the Tenth Schedule of the Constitution, which was introduced by the 52nd Amendment in 1985 during tenure of Rajiv Gandhi.
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