TMC MP Mahua Moitra is in more trouble!

According to sources, Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra's login ID was used not only from Dubai but also from New Jersey and Bengaluru.
TMC MP Mahua Moitra is in more trouble!

New information has come to light on the Cash for Query row against Mahua Moitra. According to sources, Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra's login ID was used not only from Dubai but also from New Jersey and Bengaluru. At that time, Mahua was present in Kolkata and then in Delhi. This information was reported from the log of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology.

A few days ago, Mahua Moitra claimed that she had used Darshan Hiranandani's Dubai office only for the services of the secretariat. Mahua admitted that he had given the login ID and password of his Lok Sabha portal to businessman Hiranandani. It posted the Lok Sabha question.

Mahua stated, "Hiranandani has her MP login ID," during a news station interview. On the other hand, there isn't a restriction on who can use your NIC login. The MP asserted that she posts each questions. Her larger team has this ID. She said, “It was alleged that I gave my login ID to a foreigner. Hiranandani was my friend. He is an Indian, and his passport is also from India. I myself logged in while I was in Switzerland. My nephew, on the other hand, is from Cambridge. He typed in questions for me there. If the NIC portal is so secure, it should have been blocked for logging in from another IP address. Hiranandani had no intention of asking me questions. Those questions could also be asked with RTI. And when I post questions, I get OTP on my phone all the time. Even if someone else has a login ID, the question is posted only after I give the OTP. Seeing everything, I posted my own questions.’’

The Ethics Committee of Parliament has launched an inquiry into the complaint of BJP MP Nishikant Dubey. Mahua Moitra has been summoned and questioned. Since then, there has been a sealed demand for his removal from the Lok Sabha. On November 9, six members of the ethics committee voted to sack Mahua Moitra. Of these, five are BJP MPs, and one is a suspended Congress MP. The other four members of the opposition voted against Mahua's dismissal. The ethics committee, in its 500-page report, said the actions of Mahua Moitra were "unethical and highly objectionable." The committee has sent a recommendation to the Speaker that Mahua's membership should be rejected. It is likely to be taken up in the Lok Sabha on the first day of the winter session of Parliament. The resolution is likely to be passed by the Lok Sabha on the strength of a majority. In other words, there is a strong possibility that Mahua's membership will be rejected.

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