Editorial with Sujit Nair: What wrong did Mahua do?

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In this editorial episode, Mr. Sujit Nair addresses the ongoing controversy surrounding TMC Lok Sabha MP Mahua Moitra. BJP MP Nishikant Dubey has submitted a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, making “”cash for query”” allegations against Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra, and calling for an inquiry committee to be formed, as of October 15th. Dubey has also called for her immediate suspension from the House, claiming that there were exchanges of bribes between her and businessman Darshan Hiranandani in return for raising questions in Parliament and receiving cash and gifts. In his letter titled “”Re-emergence of Unethical ‘Cash for Query’ Practices in Parliament,”” Dubey accuses Moitra of a “”Serious Breach of Privilege,”” “”Contempt of the House,”” and a ‘Criminal Offense’ under Section 120A of the IPC. In response to these allegations, Moitra stated that she would welcome any motion against her once the pending breach of privileges against ruling party members has been addressed. She also mentioned the need for authorities to investigate the Adani coal scam before pursuing allegations against her. Dubey’s letter also mentions receiving evidence from Jai Anant Dehadrai, an advocate, showing alleged exchanges of bribes between Mahua Moitra and Darshan Hiranandani, a prominent business figure, in exchange for parliamentary questions. According to the letter, this evidence suggests that, out of a total of 61 questions posted by Moitra, around 50 of them were intended to protect or promote the business interests of Darshan Hiranandani and his company. These questions often revolved around the Adani Group, which was competing with the Hiranandani Group for business opportunities. The letter from Dubey claims that the documents provided are reminiscent of the “”Cash for Query”” episode from December 12, 2005 and alleges a quid pro quo arrangement involving raising money from a businessman in exchange for parliamentary questions, ultimately targeting a rival business group. In summary, the letter concludes that this incident represents a re-emergence of the unethical practice of ‘cash for query,’ and it questions the moral facade displayed by Mahua Moitra, asserting that it conceals a criminal conspiracy and challenges her reputation as a ‘firebrand Member of Parliament.’

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