Summons to Mahua Moitra: Lok Sabha panel will decide after October 26

The Ethics Committee of the Lok Sabha will decide on summoning others named in the letter sent to the panel by TMC MP Mahua Moitra and businessman Darshan Hiranandani, who claimed that the TMC leader had given them access to his Parliament login ID and password. After investigation. On October 26, BJP MP Nishikant Dubey and Supreme Court lawyer Jai Ananth Dehadrai presented evidence.

The committee has asked Dubey and Supreme Court lawyer Jai Anant Dehadrai to appear with oral evidence in support of their allegations that Moitra was asking questions in the Lok Sabha “in return for favors and gifts from Hiranandani” and even “given her her Parliament login ID and Also allowed access to the password” .

The Indian Express has learned that the panel will examine the evidence and then decide who else should be called for investigation.

The controversy over the allegations against Moitra shows no signs of abating, with Dehadrai claiming on Engaged in fighting. “Yesterday afternoon an attempt was made to pressure me to withdraw my CBI complaint and letter to Nishikant Dubey on behalf of Henry. I clearly refused – I will give details to CBI. The messenger is completely innocent – but tells you everything about him.

Dubey immediately took to Twitter and tagged the Lok Sabha Speaker and the TMC handle and alleged that Moitra was pressurizing Supreme Court lawyer Jai Anant Dehadrai.

In a post in the evening, Dubey compared Moitra with JMM general secretary Pankaj Mishra. “JMM general secretary was Pankaj Mishra. He used to say daily through newspapers, tweets and social media that CBI and ED are welcome. One day an agency actually came and he was in jail for two years. Similar passion is now being seen among those who buy LV and Gucci through extortion. Is the second Pankaj ready?”

In another post, he was seen addressing the people of West Bengal and also compared Moitra with his party chief Mamata Banerjee. “The MP whose party leader wears only saree and slippers forces his friends to gift him LV and Gucci and then talks about Bengali culture,” he said. ‘He understands Bengal like this because his aunt was the queen of Mahishadal state in Bengal.'”

Moitra also remained active on X, offering to answer questions asked by the CBI and the Ethics Committee, as well as attacking the panel. “I welcome answering questions from the CBI and the Ethics Committee (which has an absolute majority of BJP members), if they call me. I have neither the time nor the interest to run the Adani-driven media circus trial or to respond to BJP trolls. I am enjoying Durga Puja in Nadia. Shubho Shashthi.”

Two hours later, she put up another post on X: “Chairman Ethics Committee openly talks to the media. Please see Lok Sabha rules… How does ‘affidavit’ reach the media? The chairman should first investigate how this leak happened. I repeat – BJP’s one-point agenda is to throw me out of the Lok Sabha and shut my mouth on Adani.