MUST WATCH: Bihar MP Stung By Republic Bharat Watches His Own Sting Tape, Is Confronted With What He'd Said To A Hidden Camera

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As the largest democracy in the world goes to vote in less than a month, Republic Bharat in an explosive sting has exposed those who are willing to sell the country's aspirations for a sum of money. One of them is Ram Kumar Sharma, RLSP MP from Sitamarhi in Bihar

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Updated On:

As the largest democracy in the world goes to vote in less than a month, Republic Bharat in an explosive sting has exposed those who are willing to sell the country's aspirations for a sum of money. The channel conducted three stings on three different Members of Parliaments, people who are supposed to put forth 900 million Indians aspirations to the fore and engage for in it in the first pillar of democracy - the Parliament. 

These same people have been caught betraying the people of the country for a few crores of money. They are ready to represent vested interests in the Parliament than those who voted for them. One of them is Ram Kumar Sharma, RLSP MP from Sitamarhi in Bihar.

In the video above, you can see the reaction after Republic Bharat exposed Sharma for accepting money in exchange for asking a question in the Parliament.

As Sharma continues to deny being a middleman for Corporates, asking and accepting money in exchange for asking a question in the Parliament, Republic Media Network's Senior News Editor Prakash Singh made him watch his own sting live in his hotel room.

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MP Ram Kumar Sharma who was verbose with his denials of the sting is stumped to silence and walks away.

When asked whether he still denies what he said in the sting, MP Sharma says he was misconstrued.

In many words, he continues to deny all his claims where he says that neither did he ask for money or accepted it. He also disowned his claim of knowing 25-30 bureacrats with whom he deals with money. He also denied being a middleman to corporates, and says he should be allowed to contest the Lok Sabha polls.

The MP then runs from one room to other room, and even one hotel room to another, as he tries to evade the confrontation from Prakash Singh.

After Singh tells him his constitutional duties, he folds his hands asks if he can leave.

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