Advocate Dehadrai files complaint against Mahua Moitra for ‘trespassing, criminal intimidation’ | India News

NEW DELHI: Advocate Jai Anant Dehadrai on Tuesday levelled new allegations and lodged a criticism with Delhi Police in opposition to Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra and accused her of “trespassing”.
Based on the criticism filed by Dehadrai, Mahua Moitra had gone to his residence on November 5 and November 6.
“Given her (Moitra) previous historical past of submitting fraudulent felony complaints in opposition to me, and falsely alleging offences reminiscent of trespass, and felony intimidation, thereafter withdrawing the identical in writing, it’s a grave reason behind concern to me.

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“I’ve beforehand knowledgeable the commissioner of police on October 19 after which on October 21 concerning this fraudulent and bogus complaints which Moitra had foisted on me with the target of utilizing them as leverage to power or compel me at hand over the custody of my pet canine, and I’ve additionally flagged to the commissioner the very critical risk to my life which I anticipate on account of the complaints filed by me with CBI in opposition to Moitra and her associates,” Dehadrai wrote in his criticism.
The TMC MP is at present on the centre of a “cash-for-query” controversy. The BJP chief has accused Mahua of accepting bribes and favours for asking questions in Lok Sabha on the behest of businessman Darshan Hiranandani to focus on the Adani Group and PM Narendra Modi.

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Hiranandani, in an affidavit, has admitted to giving bribes to Mahua in order that she may ask questions to focus on the Adani Group and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Nevertheless, the TMC MP has questioned the authenticity of the affidavit and has alleged that the businessman was coerced to file the affidavit.
Moitra has accepted that she shared the mail ID and password with Hiranandani however stated that there was no quid professional quo concerned and it was regular for MPs to let others use their parliament logins.
Moitra additionally expressed her want to cross-examine alleged “bribe giver” Hiranandani, who submitted an affidavit to the committee “with out providing substantial proof”.

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