In a recent development, BJP's Lok Sabha member Nishikant Dubey accused TMC MP Mahua Moitra of a serious security breach, claiming her parliamentary ID was used in Dubai while she was in India. Mr. Dubey asserted that the National Informatics Centre (NIC) had shared this information with investigative agencies, although he didn't specify which agency.
In a recent development, BJP’s Lok Sabha member Nishikant Dubey accused TMC MP Mahua Moitra of compromising national security, alleging that her parliamentary ID was used in Dubai while she was in India. Dubey claimed that the National Informatics Centre (NIC) had shared this information with investigative agencies. Although he didn’t specify the agency, he stated, “The MP’s ID was accessed from Dubai when the parliamentarian was in India. The NIC, utilized by the entire Indian government, including the prime minister and central agencies, provided this data.”
कुछ पैसे के लिए एक सांसद ने देश की सुरक्षा को गिरवी रखा ।दुबई से संसद के id खोले गए,उस वक़्त कथित सांसद भारत में ही थे।इस NIC पर पूरी भारत सरकार है,देश के प्रधानमंत्री जी,वित्त विभाग,केन्द्रीय एजेंसी ।क्या अब भी @AITCofficial व विपक्षियों को राजनीति करना है,निर्णय जनता का ,NIC ने…
— Dr Nishikant Dubey (@nishikant_dubey) October 21, 2023
Moitra, who has been accused by Dubey of accepting bribes to target the Adani Group and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, faces scrutiny from the Lok Sabha’s Ethics Committee. Businessman Darshan Hiranandani, in a sworn affidavit submitted to the committee, confessed to using Moitra’s parliamentary login to pose questions aimed at Adani. The Ethics Committee has summoned Dubey to present oral evidence on October 26.
Moitra, undeterred by the allegations, challenged the accusations, stating, “I am ready to answer any questions posed by the CBI and Ethics Committee, even though the latter has a majority of BJP members”.