Tharoor, Dubey again at loggerheads after Congress MP questions companies advertising on 'toxic' channels
Reacting sharply, Dubey has written to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla alleging that Tharoor has misused the platform of the Standing Committee.
He pegged the estimated revenue loss in terms of premium at more than Rs 40,000 crore over a period of 50 years.
The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Information Technology, headed by senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, has summoned representatives of Facebook.
Dubey and Tharoor have filed breach of privilege notices against each other on Wednesday after a spat on social media over the Congress leader's remarks on summmoning the Facebook India executives.
Facebook row: BJP's Rajyavardhan Rathore writes to Speaker, wants Tharoor's removal from Parliamentary panel
The BJP MP and former Union Minister is also a member of the IT committee which Tharoor heads.
Facebook row: Tharoor gives 'privilege' notice against BJP MP Nishikant Dubey for 'disparaging remarks'
Tharoor said Dubey accused him of championing his political party's 'agenda without authorisation by the Committee and Speaker'.
The MP had demanded reopening of rape and kidnapping case, allegedly lodged by a Mumbai-based girl against Soren way back in 2013.
This allegation against a chief minister is really shameful, Mumbai Police must re-open the case and investigate the matter, Dubey said in the letter.
Alleging that the film industry is being controlled by people with 'links to mafia', Nishikant Dubey said they don't let talented actors from small towns grow.
The Lok Sabha MP from Jharkhand said that politicians who had attended the party had gone into self-isolation as a precautionary measure.
BJP MP Nishikant Dubey claimed GDP did not exist before 1934 and said that it will not be of any great use in future.