‘She is intrusive’: the previous partner of Mahua Moitra files a complaint against her.

National‘She is intrusive’: the previous partner of Mahua Moitra files a complaint...


The former partner and advocate, Jai Anant Dehadrai, has lodged a complaint against Mahua Moitra, the MP for the Trinamool Congress, alleging “trespassing”. He claimed that twice last week, she unexpectedly dropped by his residence. In the legal action, he claimed that she had unexpectedly approached his home on November 5 and 6.

The TMC MP’s complaint stated as follows: “On November 5 at approximately 11 a.m. and November 6 at approximately 9 a.m., Mahua Moitra, a Member of Parliament, unexpectedly visited my home. The chance exists that Moitra may visit my home on purpose with the intention of bringing up further false accusations against me.”

“I have already notified the Commissioner of Police (Delhi)”, he continued about Ms. Moitra’s false and fraudulent complaints”.

Dehadrai stated that she clearly came to his property with the goal of trespassing and scaring him. He also requested that the police open a case and conduct an investigation.

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Following BJP MP Nishikant Dubey’s letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla accusing Mahua Moitra of accepting payments to ask questions in the House, Jai Anant Dehadrai gained national attention.

Dubey stated that he had used Dehadrai’s letter as the foundation for his claims. According to the lawyer, there is “irrefutable evidence” that the TMC MP took bribes from Hiranandani in return for raising concerns about the Adani Group.

These claims have been denied by Moitra, who described them as “false and defamatory”. In reference to their assertions, she had also issued a legal notice to advocate Jai Anant Dehadrai and BJP MP Nishikant Dubey. 

Defamatory, untrue, unjustified, and lacking any evidence, she maintained that accusations that she took “any gain of any kind to fulfill her tasks as a Member of Lok Sabha” were unfounded.

Regarding the accusations, Moitra showed up for a hearing before the Parliament Ethics Committee on November 2. She did, however, leave the meeting among the other opposing MPs, citing committee people’s “sordid, unethical, and prejudiced” behavior.

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