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Finish Enquiries Against Nishikant Dubey First: Mahua Moitra Reacts To Bribery Remarks

BJP leader Nishikant Dubey alleged that Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader Mahua Moitra took bribes to ask questions in the Parliament. 

Edited By : Pranjal Gupta | Updated: Oct 15, 2023 19:45 IST
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New Delhi: Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra stroke back at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Nishikant Dubey over the latter’s bribery remarks against her. Posting on X, Moitra asked Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla to finish all pending cases against Nishikant Dubey first and then conduct an inquiry in alleged corruption charges against her.

Taking to X, Moitra took a jibe at the BJP MP and said that used her “ill-gotten” money to build a college where Nishikant Dubey can buy a real degree.

She wrote: “Am using all my ill gotten cash & gifts to buy a college/ university in which Degree Dubey can finally buy a real degree. Please @ombirlakota @loksabhaspeaker finish the enquiries against him for false affidavits & then set up my enquiry committee.”

In a series of tweets, Moitra pointed out there are multiple breach done by the BJP luminaries and “fake degreewalas”, so the House investigate them first. She challenged that she was ready to have a CBI inquiry in alleged money laundering case against her.

The BJP leader had accused his TMC counterpart and Lok Sabha leader Moitra of receiving money from businessman Darshan Hiranandani for asking question in Parliament. He also demanded her suspension from the Lower House.

Writing a letter to the Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla Dubey said the TMC leader breached parliamentary privilege.

Meanwhile, Moitra challenges the accusations and said she welcomes an inquiry in the matter.

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First published on: Oct 15, 2023 07:26 PM IST

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