Delhi Liquor Scam: ED interrogates BRS leader Kavita for 10 hours on third day, old phones handed over to agency

Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) Leader of Kavita was questioned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for nearly 10 hours on Tuesday. Along with this, ED has also collected his mobile phones from Kavita. The central probe agency had summoned Kavita for the third time for questioning in the money laundering case related to the Delhi Excise Policy.

Chief Minister of Telangana K. Chandrasekhar Rao’s (KCR) daughter Kavita reached the ED office in central Delhi around 11:30 am from her father’s official residence at Tughlaq Road in New Delhi and left after 9:40 pm. Before entering the ED office, Kavita flashed some mobile phones kept in a transparent cover and said she was going to hand them over to the ED. ED has taken the phone on record. Although sources say that all the data has been deleted from the phone.

Earlier, on Monday also ED had questioned K Kavita for about 10 hours. The ED will interrogate Aaj Bhi’s Kavita over her alleged involvement in the Delhi liquor scam. Please tell that K Kavita has reached the ED office with her old phone. K Kavita has written a letter to the ED, in which she has told that despite appearing before the ED several times and cooperating in the interrogation, today I am also presenting my old phones to the ED, as demanded .

Why is ED interrogating K Kavita?
The involvement of a southern gang has come to the fore in the Delhi liquor policy scam. After which many people from the South have been arrested. The lives of P. Sharad Chandra Reddy and Gurugram businessman Amit Arora arrested in this case have been found with Kavita of identity. Along with this, the name of Kavita has also come up in the interrogation of Hyderabad’s businessman Arun Ramachandran Pillai.

The ED claims that Pillai K. He is the representative of Kavita and was acting on the instructions of Kavita. This is the reason why ED has decided to interrogate K Kavita. Ramachandra Pillai is believed to be the main conspirator of the Delhi Liquor Policy.

The role of Kavita’s former CA Buchibabu Gorantla has also come to the fore in implementing the Delhi Excise Policy. Buchibabu Gorantla has also been arrested by the CBI in this case. There are also allegations that the hand of Kavita is being told behind the gang around which the Delhi liquor scam is revolving.

what is delhi liquor policy scam
It is alleged that the Delhi government promoted gang policy with the new excise policy in the year 2021-22 and licenses were given to selected traders. In return, bribes of about Rs 100 crore were given to AAP leaders and officials. However, later the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi abolished this liquor policy and handed over its investigation to the CBI. The ED had also registered a case under the PMLA Act.

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