Advocate Jai Anant Dehadrai, who is also known for his connection with Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Mahua Moitra, has taken legal action by filing a complaint against her for alleged “trespassing” into his residence. In his complaint, Dehadrai claims that Mahua Moitra made unannounced visits to his home on both November 5 and 6.
The complaint stated, “Mahua Moitra, Member of Parliament came unannounced to my residence on 05.11.2023 at around 11 am and on 06.11.2023 at around 9 am. There is every possibility that Moitra might intentionally come to my residential premises with the sole objective of filing further fraudulent complaints against me. I have previously informed the Commissioner of Police, Delhi, regarding these fraudulent and bogus complaints by Ms Moitra.”
Dehadrai contends that Moitra’s visits had a clear intent of trespassing and intimidation, prompting him to call on the police to investigate the matter and initiate a case.
The Advocate gained prominence when BJP MP Nishikant Dubey wrote to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, alleging that Mahua Moitra accepted bribes in exchange for posing questions in the House. Dubey claimed that these accusations were based on a letter from Dehadrai, in which he asserted that he possessed indisputable evidence of the TMC MP receiving payments from Hiranandani in return for raising questions about the Adani Group.
In response to these allegations, Moitra vehemently denied them, labeling them as “defamatory.” She has also sent a legal notice to BJP MP Nishikant Dubey and advocate Jai Anant Dehadrai regarding their assertions. The situation between Moitra and Dehadrai continues to develop as legal actions are taken and investigations may ensue.