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BJP candidate from Medinipur Agnimitra Paul On Mahua Moitra said she will be arrested before election result

Agnimitra Paul On Mahua Moitra: BJP chief Agnimitra Paul has made an enormous declare concerning Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief Mahua Moitra, who was dismissed from Parliament for taking bribe and asking questions in Parliament. He said that no matter could be the election outcomes, it’s sure that Mahua Moitra will be arrested.

In a particular dialog with information company ANI, BJP candidate from Medinipur Agnimitra Paul said, “No matter occurs on June 4 (Lok Sabha election 2024 result date), win or lose, Mahua Moitra will go to jail for what she has achieved before that.” “He has taken bribe from a businessman. To profit him, he has requested questions in Parliament.”

,CAA will be applied in Bengal'

On Mamata Banerjee's declare concerning CAA (that CAA will by no means be applied in Bengal), Agnimitra Paul said, “CAA has turn out to be a regulation and it will be applied in West Bengal like some other state of India. CM low cost She says these items for publicity. Doesn't she need citizenship for the folks?”

What has Mahua Moitra achieved?

Mahua Moitra is a former MP and TMC candidate from Krishnanagar seat of West Bengal on this normal election. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has issued three summons in opposition to him. By issuing the third summons, CBI had referred to as him for questioning on Thursday. On the orders of Lokpal, CBI has registered a case in opposition to businessman Darshan Hiranandani for taking bribe and asking questions in Parliament. Lokpal has requested to analyze this matter inside six months and before this he was dismissed from the membership of Parliament on the advice of the Ethics Committee of Parliament. He had approached the Delhi Excessive Court docket to the Supreme Court docket in opposition to this however to no avail.

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