Cash-for-query row: Lok Sabha Ethics Committee calls TMC MP Mahua Moitra on October 31 | India News

NEW DELHI: The Lok Sabha Ethics Committee has known as TMC MP Mahua Moitra on October 31 in reference to the cash-for-query allegations towards her.
BJP MP Vinod Sonkar, who’s the top of the panel, stated the committee will search the assistance from the house and IT ministries within the probe towards Mahua.
Earlier immediately, lawyer Jai Anant Dehadrai and BJP chief Nishikant Dubey appeared earlier than the Ethics Committee to report their statements.
In his criticism to Speaker Om Birla, BJP member Nishikant Dubey has cited paperwork shared by Dehadrai to again his cash-for-query allegations towards Moitra.
The BJP chief has accused Mahua of accepting bribes and favours for asking questions in Lok Sabha to focus on the Adani Group and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the behest of businessman Darshan Hiranandani.
Dubey had alleged that Moitra was in India when her parliamentary ID was utilized in Dubai and claimed that the Nationwide Informatics Centre (NIC) has disclosed the knowledge to probe businesses.
The fiery TMC member has dismissed the fees as a “jilted ex’s lies”, a reference to Dehadrai, accused the Adani Group of behind them to focus on her as she has been relentless in elevating questions of the conglomerate’s practices and transactions.
(With inputs from businesses)Watch BJP MP Nishikant Dubey steps up assault on Mahua Moitra, says TMC MP should make clear if she requested questions in alternate for cash

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