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TMC Gives New Role To Mahua Moitra Amid Ethics Panel Probe Into Cash-For-Query Row


New Delhi: Trinamul Congress MP Mahua Moitra has been appointed as the party’s district president of Krishnanagar (Nadia North), a subdivision within her Lok Sabha constituency, according to media report.

Upon being appointed, Moitra expressed gratitude to West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee, affirming her commitment to work diligently with the party for the welfare of the people in Krishnanagar.

Moitra is one of the 15 newly appointed district chiefs announced by the ruling party in Bengal on Monday.

This comes at a time when the Lok Sabha Ethics Committee has sought the expulsion of Moitra after a complaint by BJP MP Nishikant Dubey that she sought favours from businessman Darshan Hiranandani to ask questions against industrialist Gautam Adani sparked a row.

The committee further suggested a thorough, time-sensitive government inquiry, describing her actions as “highly objectionable, unethical, heinous, and criminal.”

Moitra has refuted the allegations, asserting that she is being singled out due to her role in standing against the government’s bullies. She claims to have played a crucial part in exposing the connections between Gautam Adani, Modi, and the government.

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