Confident of bigger 2024 mandate, says Mahua Moitra a day after LS Ethics Committee recommended her expulsion
PTC Web Desk: Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra expressed confidence in securing a larger mandate in the 2024 elections, just a day after the Lok Sabha Ethics Committee suggested her expulsion in connection to the cash-for-query case.
Taking to X, MP Mahua Moitra said, "Proud to make parliamentary history as the first person unethically expelled by the Ethics Committee, despite their mandate lacking the authority for expulsion. First, they expel, and then they ask the government to involve the CBI for evidence. It's been a kangaroo court, a case of monkey business from start to finish."
She added, "Never waste a good crisis, they say... - this has only helped me increase my winning margin for 2024."
The Ethics Committee's recommendation for Mahua Moitra's expulsion came after a two-week period involving the testimonies of three individuals across three sittings.