Unraveling the Intrigue: The Cash-for-Query Controversy
Explore the twists and turns of the Cash-for-Query Controversy involving Mahua Moitra, BJP MP Nishikant Dubey, and a Supreme Court lawyer
Mahua Moitra, a Trinamool Congress MP, was involved in a cash-for-query issue that just occurred, and the Delhi High Court’s ruling has taken an unexpected turn. The Supreme Court attorney who accused Moitra of collecting money to pose questions in Parliament was accused of requesting Moitra’s attorney to retract his complaint in exchange for his pet dog. The court expressed its disappointment with Moitra’s attorney for allegedly doing this. Because of this, the attorney decided not to represent Moitra in the lawsuit.
Due to the complicated turns it has taken and the number of people involved, this case has drawn attention. In response to the claims, Moitra sued Dehadrai, her ex-partner, and BJP MP Nishikant Dubey in a defamation case. The allegations center on the alleged acceptance of gifts and money in exchange for raising issues in Parliament and criticizing senior government figures.
In addition, other people have entered the contest, claiming to have used Moitra’s Parliamentary login to pose inquiries, including Darshan Hiranandani, the son of a real estate magnate. In response, Moitra asserted that she was being singled out by the national government.
While the legal dispute is ongoing, it is unclear how this debate will develop and whether tangible proof will show up to back up the accusations against Moitra. The Lok Sabha Ethics Committee will examine the case at the upcoming hearing on October 31 based on the testimony of Dubey and Dehadrai.