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Probe agency searches BRS leader K Kavitha’s Hyderabad residence over Delhi liquor policy case

The 46-year-old was first questioned by ED in March 2023 in connection with the case. It is alleged that Kavitha was in touch with Vijay Nair, the communication head of AAP, who was engaging with businessmen from the liquor industry and politicians during the formulation and execution of policies.

By: Ruchi Upadhyay  Pardaphash Group
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Probe agency searches BRS leader K Kavitha’s Hyderabad residence over Delhi liquor policy case

New Delhi/Hyderabad: In the maze of Indian politics and its attendant controversies, few stories have captured the public imagination like the ongoing investigation into Delhi’s excise duty policy. Now in the development in the case, the Enforcement Directorate has raided the house of BRS Leader K Kavitha in Hyderabad in connection with the Delhi liquor policy case. The action comes after the leader skipped several summons issued by the agency.

Ms Kavitha is a Member of the Legislative Council (MLC) in Telangana and is the daughter of Bharat Rashtra Samithi Chief and former chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao.

The 46-year-old was first questioned by ED in March 2023 in connection with the case. It is alleged that Kavitha was in touch with Vijay Nair, the communication head of AAP, who was engaging with businessmen from the liquor industry and politicians during the formulation and execution of policies.

In his earlier investigation, she was given the testimony of her former chartered accountants Butchibabu Gorantla and Arun Ramachandra Pillai, who had advocated for her in various meetings with Nair and others. Butchibabu was arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in February, while Pillai was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in March last year.

The story of a political family caught in the crossfire of a high-profile investigation adds a compelling human element to the story. It highlights the complexities of governance, shortcomings of policy implementation and the relentless scrutiny faced by public figures in the digital age. Repeatedly invoking the poem is not just a procedural step; This is a moment of political dynasty reckoning and a test of the Indian judiciary’s ability to hold powerful figures accountable.

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