An Indian parliamentary committee investigating 10 Indian lawmakers caught on camera accepting cash in exchange for raising issues in parliament has recommended that all 10 be expelled.
A five-member committee called the lawmakers' conduct "unethical" and said they should not keep their positions. The members of parliament were shown earlier this month on the Aaj Tak TV channel taking bribes. They were suspended by their parties after the video.
On Tuesday, another TV channel, Star News, showed seven Indian lawmakers asking for kickbacks for promoting projects. Star News aired footage of the "sting" operation that showed lawmakers asking for cash ranging from five to 50 percent of the project value in return for promoting development projects in their constituencies.