Emmerdale: Meena appears to attack Andrea Tate
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Jai Sharma (played by Chris Bisson) has been left to pick up the pieces after the survival adventure challenge organised by the Hawksford Outdoor Pursuits Centre ended in disaster during Super Soap Week. The death of Andrea Tate (Anna Nightingale), Priya Sharma’s (Fiona Wade) skin graft after being set on fire, and Meena Jutla’s (Paige Sandhu) failed attempt to murder Victoria Sugden (Isobel Hodgins) were all a result of HOP’s survival adventure challenge. However, he soon has worse things to think about as word gets out to journalists over the catastrophe and ends up plotting to blame the incidents on Ben Tucker (Simon Lennon).
In upcoming scenes, Jai is worried about the health and safety inspection which is happening at HOP at the beginning of the week.
To make matters worse, a journalist has heard about the tragic incident of the bridge collapse, which left Charles Anderson (Kevin Mathurin), Manpreet Sharma (Rebecca Sarker), Victoria and David Metcalf (Matthew Wolfenden) fighting for their lives.
As they start to come sniffing around the café, they turn to Brenda Walker (Lesley Dunlop) about the incident.
Brenda later explains to Ben that she had spoken to a journalist about HOP’s survival adventure, which leaves Ben knowing it’s bad news.
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He attempts to tell Jai but is soon shrugged off as he is too concerned and preoccupied to listen as the Health and Safety office arrives.
Jai is soon informed that HOP’s management will be held personally responsible if it’s probed the bridge was overloaded, leaving Jay terrified.
As the Health and Safety officer leaves, Ben finally informs Jai of the investigative journalist who had spoken to Brenda.
Now spiralling in fear of having to take responsibility for the incident, Jai starts planning to blame it all on Ben, which soon leaves Laurel Thomas (Charlotte Bellamy) horrified.
Jai’s plan isn’t kept a secret, and before long, Ben realises Jai is trying to implicate him when he tried to offer Ben a buy-out in exchange for his resignation.
Ben decided he needs a lawyer, and when he briefs Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) and Liv Flaherty (Isobel Steele), they quickly realise their level of legal help won’t be a match for Jai.
Angered by Jai’s deceit, Aaron sets off to confront him and soon makes matters worse when he punches him, leaving everyone stunned.
Jai responds to Aaron’s actions by suspending Ben, while Aaron feels guilty for escalating the situation.
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Could Aaron’s actions have made matters worse for Ben and Jai’s partnership as the businessman presses charges?
Will Ben be able to forgive Aaron for interfering in his professional life?
News recently broke that Danny Miller will reportedly be taking part in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2021 which means viewers will see his absence from the show.
Could this storyline possibly lead to a reason for his absence from the ITV soap?
Danny will complete a trio of actors from Britain’s most-watched soaps in the castle.
He will be joining Coronation Street’s Simon Gregson, who plays Steve McDonald and EastEnders Adam Woodyatt, who plays iconic Ian Beale.
Danny is also known outside of Emmerdale for having controversial Twitter spats, with some calling for him to be sacked from the show for using expletives on his feed.
He will be leaving behind his fiancé Steph Jones and their first child, who was born in October when he enters the castle in Wales.
Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm on ITV.
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