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Lok Sabha Ethics Committee summons TMC’s Mahua Moitra on October 31

TMC MP Mahua Moitra at Parliament Home advanced, in New Delhi. The firebrand MP is in bother after businessman Darshan Hiranandani claimed in an affidavit that she had granted him login credentials in lieu of items. File picture/PTI

Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra has been summoned by the Ethics Committee of the Lok Sabha on October 31 in reference to the “cash-for-query” allegations towards her.

The Ethics Committee held its first assembly immediately the place its head and BJP MP Vinod Kumar Sonkar mentioned that the panel will search help from the Ministries of Dwelling Affairs and IT in probing the allegations towards the TMC MP.

On Thursday, BJP parliamentarian Nishikant Dubey, together with advocate Jai Anant Dehadrai submitted their statements to the committee in reference to the matter.

“Committee heard both the people who were summoned today – the lawyer and Nishikant Dubey. Their evidence were looked into. Looking into the seriousness of it, the Committee decided to summon Mahua Moitra asking her to appear before it on 31st October,” Sonkar mentioned.

After his assembly with the committee, Dehadrai mentioned, “I have told the truth before the Committee. All members of the committee enquired from me cordially. I answered to all that was asked from me.”

In his criticism to Speaker Om Birla, BJP member Dubey has cited paperwork shared by Dehadrai to again his cash-for-query allegations towards Moitra.



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