The troubles of Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra, who is facing charges in the alleged cash for query case, may increase further.
BJP MP Nishikant Dubey on Wednesday claimed that based on his complaint, anti-corruption body Lokpal has ordered a CBI inquiry against the Trinamool Congress MP.
Dubey, BJP’s Lok Sabha MP from Godda, Jharkhand, said in a post on X.
The comments of Dubey, who had earlier complained to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla against the alleged corruption of Mahua Moitra, came a day before the Parliament’s Ethics Committee meeting to decide on the draft of charges against the Trinamool MP from Krishnanagar in West Bengal. .
Mahua had walked out of the committee meeting along with opposition members on November 2, accusing panel chairman Vinod Sonkar of asking her personal and unethical questions.
Taking a dig at the Ethics Committee, Mahua Moitra had tweeted on Tuesday that no draft report has been circulated as standard but it will be adopted on November 9. The meeting was postponed due to conflict with the nomination date of the Congress MP. BJP is calling its allies. A chartered plane will fly for the State President of Madhya Pradesh. How scared Adani and (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi are.
She had written a letter to Om Birla on November 2 alleging that she had to face a literal disrobing by the Ethics Committee chairman during the hearing of cash for query allegations against her.
The Ethics Committee is probing Dubey’s allegations that Mahua Moitra took cash and benefits for asking questions in the Lok Sabha against industrialist Gautam Adani at the behest of businessman Darshan Hiranandani.
On October 26, Dubey and lawyer Anant Dehadrai had given oral evidence to the committee against Mahua Moitra.