The Ethics Committee report on the case of TMC Lok Sabha MP Mahua Moitra, who is surrounded by allegations of taking money and asking questions in Parliament, has been sent to all the members. Now the committee members will hold a meeting on this report at 4 pm on Thursday. In this meeting, the committee can adopt i.e. accept the report of the Ethics Committee. However, the stance of opposition parties may be different on the entire issue.
According to sources, MPs from opposition parties in the committee can issue a letter of disagreement on the report of the Ethics Committee. Members of opposition parties can also demand voting on whether that report should be accepted or not.
Recommendation for action on Mahua
According to the information, the Ethics Committee has recommended action against Mahua Moitra in its report. There is a possibility that despite the disagreement of the opposition parties, the committee has recommended serious action to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla. This may be approved in Thursday’s meeting.
Along with Mahua Moitra, the Ethics Committee has also recommended action against committee member Danish Ali. The Ethics Committee has a total of 15 members. In which there are 7 members from BJP, 3 from Congress and one member each from BSP, Shiv Sena, YSR Congress Party, CPM and JDU.
Mahua presented her side in the last meeting
Last November 2, a meeting of the Ethics Committee was held, in which Mahua Moitra presented her side. After that, when Chairman Vinod Sonkar and other members of the committee answered questions from Mahua Moitra, along with Mahua Moitra, Danish Ali also used unparliamentary words against the Chairman of the committee.
Mahua Moitra has been accused of taking bribe from Mumbai businessman Darshan Hiranandani and targeting Adani Group and PM Modi inside the House. This allegation was made against Mahua by BJP MP Nishikant Dubey.
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