For the first time in the history of Indian Parliament, 11 MPs were denied seats in connection with the prosecution of the use of their powers for personal gain. The course of parliamentary proceedings gave the media campaign, launched last week, one of television channels, released compromising video footage, hidden camera footage. Ten MPs accused of "unethical" and accepting bribes, were from the Lok Sabha, the lower house of parliament, one – of the Rajya Sabha, the upper house. Deprived of the status of deputy of parliament belonging to various parties, including the Indian National Congress, who heads the ruling coalition. However, most are expelled from Parliament Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which after losing the 2004 election went into opposition. The parliamentary opposition vigorously protested against the "impeachment", arguing that it is politically motivated, but the parliamentary majority of both houses voted "yes". Specialized committees to meet in a week with the presentation of the journalists, "compromising" on the eve recommended to deprive defendants of scandal deputy status. Investigative journalism with a hidden camera is actively practiced by Indian media, which are thus fighting against corruption in the upper echelons of power and showbiz.