Mahua Moitra, a politician from Krishnanagar in West Bengal’s Nadia District and a member of the 17th Lok Sabha, was born on October 12, 1974.
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As a candidate for the All India Trinamool Congress (AITC) party in the 2019 general election in India, she ran for and won the seat. From 2016 to 2019, Moitra represented Karimpur in the West Bengal Legislative Assembly.
Over the past few years, she has also served as the AITC’s general secretary and national spokesperson. Before going into politics, she worked as an investment banker.
In order to pursue Indian politics, she resigned from her post as vice president at JPMorgan Chase in London in 2009. She then joined the Indian Youth Congress, the organization for young people inside the Indian National Congress party, where she worked alongside Rahul Gandhi on the “Aam Admi Ka Sipahi” project.
She changed parties in 2010 and joined the All India Trinamool Congress. In the 2016 elections for the Legislative Assembly, she won the Karimpur district in West Bengal’s Nadia district. She was chosen to represent Krishnanagar, West Bengal, in the 17th Lok Sabha as a member of parliament.
For allegedly “insulting her modesty” during a national television debate, Moitra filed a police report on Babul Supriyo, a Bharatiya Janata Party MP and Union Minister. The Calcutta High Court subsequently dismissed the complaint.
A few days later, Babul Supriyo sent legal notices to Moitra and TMC MPs Saugata Roy and Tapas Paul for allegedly defaming him by accusing him of being involved in the Rose Valley ponzi firm scam.
Who are Mahua Moitra children?
There is no information about the children of Mahua Moitra available on the internet. There’s no document suggesting that Mahua Moitra has children.