Darshan Hiranandani is named in the first information report filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) regarding the Mahua Moitra cash-for-query scam.

The First Information Report (FIR) that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has submitted in the cash-for-query case includes a reference to Darshan Hiranandani, as stated by several stories that have been published in the media.Darshan Hiranandani, a businessman who lives in Dubai and is the son of Niranjan Hiranandani, and Mahua Moitra, a former member of parliament, were both listed in the first information report (FIR) that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) reported on Sunday regarding the cash-for-query case.

Both of these individuals were mentioned in the report. The Lokpal, which is the anti-corruption authority of the country, issued an order for the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to conduct a formal investigation into the matter against Moitra after obtaining the results regarding the claims that were made against Moitra by Nishikant Dubey, a member of the BJP.

According to the First Information Report (FIR) that was submitted on March 21st, a regular case has been initiated against Mahua Moitra, Darshan Hiranandani, and other individuals who have not yet been identified. The Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act has mandated that this be done in accordance with its instruction.The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) carried out searches on Saturday at a number of locations in Kolkata, Krishnanagar, and Karimpur, all of which are connected to Moitra. These locations were all located in their respective cities.

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A search warrant was also executed at the residence in the Alipore neighborhood where Moitra’s father, Dipendra Lal Moitra, has been residing for a number of additional years. The officials from the investigative agency, who were accompanied by a group of central forces, carried out the search order.Nishikant Dubey, a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), presented claims that Moitra had accepted money from Darshan Hiranandani in exchange for asking his questions in the Parliament. These allegations were made in the previous year. These inquiries were directed directly at a number of individuals, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and industrialist Gautam Adani, amongst others.

In addition to this, Moitra was under suspicion of providing the businessman with her login credentials for the legislative system. In spite of the fact that she denied collecting money, the leader, who is 49 years old, indicated that she had distributed her credentials. Additionally, she denied receiving money.Following an examination into the allegations by a Parliamentary Committee, she was removed from the Lok Sabha in December for “unethical conduct.” December was the month that the investigation was carried out.

At the same time that this is taking place, Moitra, who was selected by the TMC to represent Krishnanagar in the Lok Sabha elections, has submitted a plea to the Supreme Court in order to dispute her expulsion from the seat.

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