Advertisement
Pardaphash Ads
  1. Home
  2. Elections
  3. Excise Policy Case: KCR daughter K Kavitha sent to probe agency ED custody till March 23

Excise Policy Case: KCR daughter K Kavitha sent to probe agency ED custody till March 23

New Delhi: On Saturday, Bharat Rashtra Samiti leader K Kavita was produced in a Delhi court by the Enforcement Directorate after her arrest in the Delhi Liquor Policy case. This arrest is related to the money laundering investigation related to the Delhi Liquor Policy case.

By: Priyanka Verma  Pardaphash Group
Updated:
gnews
Excise Policy Case: KCR daughter K Kavitha sent to probe agency ED custody till March 23

New Delhi: On Saturday, Bharat Rashtra Samiti leader K Kavita was produced in a Delhi court by the Enforcement Directorate after her arrest in the Delhi Liquor Policy case. This arrest is related to the money laundering investigation related to the Delhi Liquor Policy case.

The court granted the probe agency’s request to keep Kavitha in custody for questioning till March 23. Special judge MK Nagpal from Rouse Avenue Court made the decision after Kavitha, daughter of former Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao, was brought to court by the central probe agency following her arrest and sought custody for 10 days.

In the court, K Kavitha termed her arrest “illegal”. She said as she was produced at Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court, “It’s an illegal arrest, will fight it out.” Kavitha, who serves as a member of the Telangana Legislative Council, was arrested by the central probe agency at 5:20pm from her home in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, on Friday.

Senior Advocate Vikram Chaudhary, representing Kavitha, made initial statements against the arrest, stating that it is a “clear abuse of power and authority.” The 46-year-old MLC, daughter of Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) chief and former Telangana Chief Minister Chandrashekar Rao, was arrested in Hyderabad on Friday and brought to Delhi late last night.

Earlier today, Kavitha denied all allegations, describing her arrest in the liquor policy scam case as ‘illegal.’ The BRS MLC stated that it is ‘a fabricated case.’ Later, the court reserved orders on the Enforcement Directorate’s plea seeking police remand of K Kavitha for Saturday.

After her appearance in the court, his lawyer accused the Enforcement Directorate of violating Supreme Court directions while arresting him. She also told the Delhi court that her arrest by the investigating agency was ‘illegal’. Meanwhile, the Enforcement Directorate said that it has not given any statement in any court including the Supreme Court that no punitive action will be taken against Kavita.

The investigating agency also told the court that there was enough evidence and witness statements against Kavita in the excise policy money laundering case. The Enforcement Directorate also accused the arrested BRS leader of destroying evidence in the case.

For the latest news and reviews, follow us on Google, Facebook, YouTube and X (Twitter)